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Awarded NSF grant to develop crowdsourced computer security

Dr. Kelly Caine (Clemson), Dr. Apu Kapadia (Indiana) and Dr. Michael Reiter (UNC Chapel Hill) have  been awarded $366,610 by the National Science Foundation to better understand the potential of crowdsourcing in computer security applications.

This research examines the concept of ‘crowdsourced security’ where the solution lies in people leveraging members of their community to secure their systems and devices. For more information, visit the NSF project page http://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward.do?AwardNumber=1228364

Featured in APA gradPSYCH Magazine on “Cross-Disciplinary” Fields

Dr. Caine was featured in the cover story from this month’s American Psychological Association’s gradPSYCH Magazine. The article titled, “Mixing it up: What are the pros and cons of aligning yourself with a hybrid field? discusses “hybrid” or “cross-disciplinary” fields at the forefront of cutting-edge science.

CHI 2010

This week Dr. Caine attended the ACM conference on Human-Computer Interaction (CHI) 2010 in Atlanta, GA.