Cybersecurity for Research: Resources and Experiences from the NSF Community

Tuesday, April 19 | 1:00PM–1:30PM
Session Type: Professional Development
The National Science Foundation funds over $7 billion dollars of research. In this talk, we will present two NSF-funded centers that bring cybersecurity expertise to the NSF community, including universities supporting scientific and engineering research. The Bro Center of Expertise at https://www.bro.org/nsf promotes Bro as a comprehensive, low-cost security capability for higher ed and NSF projects. The Center for Trustworthy Scientific Cyberinfrastructure (CTSC) at http://trustedci.org leads the NSF community in implementing risk-based cybersecurity to maximize trustworthy science. This talk will cover the practical natures of the two centers and the learned lessons in securing scientific research.


OUTCOMES: Learn our perspective in securing research * Share your challenges of securing research in your organizations * Start a conversation on how to best security research

Presenters

  • Susan Sons

    Chief Security Analyst, Indiana University Bloomington

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