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Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh will establish a PhD program in usable privacy and security. The National Science Foundation awarded the university‘s CyLab a five-year, $3 million grant to create the CyLab Usable Privacy and Security (CUPS) Doctoral Training Program.
Carnegie Mellon Associate Professor Lorrie Cranor says the program will “offer PhD students a new cross-disciplinary training experience that helps them produce solutions to ongoing tensions between security, privacy, and usability.” Cranor is part of Carnegie Mellon's Institute for Software Research and its CyLab, which is one of the world's largest university-based cybersecurity education and research centers.


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