Cybersecurity

Georgia Tech Awarded $1.2M NSF Grant to Protect Machine Learning Based Systems from Malicious Attacks

Georgia Tech is leading a $1.2 million project to develop a system to protect the security of machine learning (ML) based systems.

Five New Faculty Join CSE

Georgia Tech Welcomes Five New Faculty Members to the School of Computational Science and Engineering.

Sync Up with Cybersecurity: Fall '17

Interested in cybersecurity at Georgia Tech? Gain traction in this fast-growing field during Fall '17

Madness Reigns as GT Computing Professors Share Research

25 College of Computing professors presented at the Three-Minute Madness event.

Students Present Cybersecurity Research for Commercialization on April 13

Georgia Tech students will present their best cybersecurity research before a panel of venture capitalists and business leaders for a chance to win cash at the “Demo Day Finale” on April 13.

College of Computing's Taesoo Kim Has a Passion For the 'Nitty-Gritty Details' of Internet Security

Taesoo Kim, an assistant professor in the Institute for Information Security and Privacy, has found enjoyment and success in a detail-oriented field.

President’s Cybersecurity Commission Releases Report

Annie Antón, professor and chair of the School of Interactive Computing, served on the Commission on Enhancing National Security.

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