CACR in the news

(9 July 2009)

IU News Room.
"These attacks demonstrate how vulnerable key computer systems remain," said Fred H. Cate, director of the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research.
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(9 June 2009)

IU News Room.
That foresight and planning comes to fruition this fall when the School of Informatics welcomes its first class of students -- one of whom includes a Fulbright Scholar from Bahrain -- to its new Master of Science in Security Informatics program. The program will be directed by Jean Camp, an associate professor of Informatics.
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(29 May 2009)

IU News Room.
Fred H. Cate, a professor in the IU Maurer School of Law and director of the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research, said Obama's announcement -- which coincides with the release of a 60-day cybersecurity review -- will help ensure America's digital infrastructure is secure.
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(7 May 2009)

IU News Room.
According to Fred H. Cate, director of the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research and distinguished professor at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law, it is also the latest evidence of how ill-prepared much of the country is for potentially devastating cyber-attacks.
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(7 November 2007)

Informatics News Release.
L. Jean Camp, associate professor, Indiana University School of Informatics, has published a popular new book on the ever-growing challenge of identity theft and how to protect personal privacy in the Internet age.
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(23 October 2007)

IU News Room.
Computerworld magazine has named Fred H. Cate, an Indiana University law professor and director of the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research at IU, one of the 'best privacy advisers in 2007.'
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(19 July 2007)

Informatics News Release.
An Indiana University School of Informatics-led team is creating a digital toolkit that enables elders to maintain their privacy, while taking full advantage of home-based computing for their health and personal safety.
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(20 October 2006)

By Will Knight, New Scientist.
Markus Jakobsson and Jacob Ratkiewicz at Indiana University, US, suspected this was an underestimation. The reasoned that some survey participants may not have realised that they have been stung by a phishing scam, or may simply be too embarrassed to admit to it.
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(27 September 2006)

By Steve Lohr, The New York Times.
"The threat of identity theft from data losses is being greatly exaggerated," said Fred H. Cate, the director of the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research at Indiana University in Bloomington. "And that's because a lot of people have fallen into the trap of equating data loss with identity theft."
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(29 June 2006)

By Dawn Kawamoto, ZDNet Australai.
The coalition includes the FBI, the U.S. Secret Service, LexisNexis, IBM, Utica College, Carnegie Mellon University, Indiana University and Syracuse University. CIMIP is the latest organisation to use a collaborative approach to address security IT issues. Other such groups include the Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST) and the Anti-Phishing Working Group.
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(29 June 2006)

By Steve Hinnefeld, The Herald Times.
Fred Cate, a law professor and director of Indiana University's Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research, said online attacks still account for only a bit of the broad category of crime called identity theft. But Cate said cyber-anglers are getting more effective.
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(27 June 2006)

By Network World Staff, Network World.
An Indiana University scientist is behind a new company called RavenWhite that is exploiting cookie technology to protect Web users from identity theft and other online threats.
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(22 February 2006)

By Sonia Rana, Indiana Daily Student.
Alex Tsow, a graduate student of computer science, has conducted research that shows students should not only be wary of suspicious "phishing" e-mails, but also of suspicious hardware that can perpetuate the attacks.
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(22 February 2006)

By TMCnet staff, TMCnet.
Alex Tsow, a graduate student of computer science, has conducted research that shows students should not only be wary of suspicious "phishing" e-mails, but also of suspicious hardware that can perpetuate the attacks.
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(17 October 2005)

By Steve Bray, WISH-TV 8 Indianapolis.
Markus Jakobsson, assistant director of IU's Center of Applied Cybersecurity Research, says if a potential thief can figure out what bank you use or which websites you visit, you could be an easy target for a scam called phishing.
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(22 August 2005)

By IU Media Relations, IU Media Relations.
Fred H. Cate, Distinguished Professor of Law at the Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington, has been appointed by the National Academy of Sciences to be a founding member of its Committee on Information for Terrorism Prevention: Balancing Privacy and National Security.
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(21 February 2005)

By IIB, Inside Indiana Business.
The Indiana Counter-Terrorism and Security Council (CTASC), the Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center, Indiana University and Purdue University are partnering in an effort aimed at developing and advancing technologies for homeland security and military use.
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(18 April 2003)

CACR Press Release.
CACR is announced
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(18 April 2003)

By The Associated Press, USA Today.
Fred Cate will be the inaugural director of the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research, which will promote research and collaboration on computer security.
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(18 April 2003)

By The Associated Press, The Indianapolis Star.
Fred Cate will be the inaugural director of the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research, which will promote research and collaboration on computer security.
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(18 April 2003)

The Herald-Times.
Indiana University law professor Fred Cate will be the inaugural director of a new IU center that promotes research and collaboration on computer security.The university launched the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research Thursday morning at IU-Purdue University in Indianapolis.
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