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CyLab Chronicles

interview CyLab Chronicles is a series of articles that provide insight into the research conducted in CyLab at Carnegie Mellon University. From smartphones to network configuration protocols, face-recognition applications to privacy policy, the details come to light in the Chronicles.


Who's Been Peeking at Your Data?
“Privacy engineering” doesn’t grab the same headlines as computer security, but it’s a fast-growing field for Carnegie Mellon researchers, educators and students. It should concern you, too.

Beating Them at Their Own Game: These Hackers Wear White Hats
For many, it was an "interview" better left unseen, but it did once again bring cybersecurity to the forefront.


CyLab Researchers Share Compelling Work with Silicon Valley Thought Leaders, Technical Experts, Law Enforcement Officials and Media at Fall 2014 Executive Briefing
The Fall 2014 CyLab Executive Briefing, held at Carnegie Mellon University's Silicon Valley campus (NASA Research Park), brought together an RSVP invitation-only group of C-level executives, thought leaders, technical experts, venture capitalists, government investigators and one cyber journalist (with an exclusive) for an update from one of the world's premiere cyber security and privacy research programs.

2014 CyLab Partners Conference Explores Latest Research Into Vital Cyber Security and Privacy Issues
The eleventh annual CyLab Partners Conference was held at the main campus of Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on October 7th and 8th, 2014.

Anupam Datta on Impact and Implications of IEEE Award Winning Paper, "Bootstrapping Privacy Compliance in Big Data Systems"
Anupam Datta is an Associate Professor at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) and a leading researcher at CMU CyLab. CyLab Chronicles recently sat down with him to discuss his team's latest successes and the future direction of their vital research. Here is our conversation.

CyLab Research Sheds Light on Heartbleed and Its Implications
Here at CyLab, the Heartbleed story has provided us with an opportunity to reflect on some of our recent research and its relevancy to the problem at hand.