Featured CyLab Videos
Nicolas Christin - Pick your poison: Pricing and inventories at unlicensed online pharmacies
Anupam Datta - Privacy through Accountability
David Brumley - Safe Software
Lujo Bauer - Helping Users Create Better Passwords
Lorrie Cranor - Spoofing Operating System Security Interfaces to Study User Security Behaviors
Michael Farb - SafeSlinger: Applied Ad-hoc Smartphone Trust Establishment
cylab in the headlines
Consumers pay high-tech price in privacy for perks
March 1, 2014
Shoppers cannot do much to keep companies from tracking their purchases online, said Lorrie Cranor, a Carnegie Mellon CyLab researcher who studies privacy issues. "They have to protect your credit card number, obviously, but the fact that you bought this particular item is for the most part not a protected piece of information," she said.
DARPA Helps Cadets, Midshipmen Prep for Cyber Mission
February 14, 2014
Two world-class experts helped to train the teams: David Brumley, technical director of CyLab, Carnegie Mellon University’s campuswide collaborative cybersecurity organization in Pittsburgh, and Dan Guido, CEO at Trail of Bits engineering and hacker in residence at New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering.
Serious wave of cybercrime ahead, experts warn
February 11, 2014
According to Carnegie Mellon CyLab researcher Nicolas Christin, nearly two dozen companies have experienced data hacks similar to the Target breach this year and many more will suffer a similar fate in the coming months. “You’re going to see more and more people trying this,” Christin told the Wall Street Journal.