CCALS Partner Initiatives
Cyber Risk & Resilience
- Problem: Ensure the trust and security of embedded hardware and components in cyber-physical, IoT, and logistics systems
- Interest: Security and trust is critical to aviation, automotive, transportation, healthcare, financial services, defense, maritime and other industries
- Benefit: Cyber security expertise, workforce development, state support
- Review current cyber-physical, IoT, and logistics systems for vulnerabilities and weaknesses
- Collaboratively develop risk register to minimize exposure to malicious attacks
- Perform resilience analysis to facilitate recovery and protection of critical systems
- Train next generation of university students
- Provide protection against malicious attacks
- Provide well-trained students
- Partner to develop company-specific risk register and identification of effective countermeasures
One of the papers presented at IEEE SIEDS 2021 focused on the rise of advanced logistical systems embedded in smart devices, and the systems security issues they increasingly pose, and has just been published on IEEE Xplore.
Sachin Shetty, who holds dual appointments as executive director of the Center for Secure & Intelligent Critical Systems at Old Dominion University’s Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center (VMASC) and associate professor in the Department of Computational Modeling and Simulation Engineering, was awarded a grant to develop student experiential learning programs at the Port of Virginia …
Longtime CCALS partner University of Virginia is a key member of this important initiative.
Last week U.S. Representatives Steve Chabot (R-Westwood), Mike Turner (R-Dayton) and Marcia Fudge (D-Cleveland) submitted to the House Rules Committee an amendment to the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act to help bolster cyber security efforts nationwide.
Virginia received high rankings for its digital strength and programs in this year’s state rankings by Business Facilities magazine.
The University of Virginia School of Engineering is a founding partner of a new national research center that is addressing these urgent challenges. The Center for Hardware and Embedded Systems Security and Trust, known as CHEST, earned a prestigious designation as a National Science Foundation Industry-University Cooperative Research Center as of Oct. 1
The University of Virginia School of Engineering is launching a new center that will be focused on ensuring electronic devices are designed to protect the people who use them …
UVA Engineering Helps Launch National Center Aimed at Ensuring Connected Electronic Devices are Secure and Trustworthy for Consumers
The University of Virginia School of Engineering is a founding partner of a national research center that is tackling an increasingly urgent challenge for industry: How to ensure that electronic devices and systems of connected devices are designed to protect the interests of consumers and communities that rely on them.
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