Carnegie Mellon University CyLab brings together experts from a variety of disciplines across the university to collaborate on cutting-edge research and educate the next generation of security and privacy professionals. Everything we do is fueled by our passion to create a world in which technology can be trusted.
Carnegie Mellon to host NSA GenCyber experience for local high school teachers
The picoCTF for NSA GenCyber Teacher Program by Carnegie Mellon University is designed for local tri-state area high school computer science teachers in grades 10 through 12, demonstrating how to incorporate online cybersecurity Capture-The-Flag (CTF) problems and competitions into the classroom.
Top-ranked programsCyLab draws faculty from CMU’s top-ranked programs, like CMU’s #1-ranked School of Computer Science and #2-ranked Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
World-class facultyCyLab consists of more than 30 core and 60 affiliated faculty who collaborate across 20 different departments across CMU
Prolific researchersCyLab’s researchers have published more than 400 security and privacy research studies in the past five years
ChampionsFive-time DefCon winners, DARPA Cyber Grand Challenge winners, and DefCon Crack-Me-If-You-Can winners