The Spring 2017 installment of HopHacks drew graduate and undergraduate students from around the country who spent a weekend working on programming projects, from a memory app to a cybersecurity tool.
Improved technology and apps are allowing doctors and researchers to turn to smartphones to aid the diagnosis and treatment of illnesses.
“Information security was a huge topic in the last election…to see people in this administration behaving so casually around classified information with consumer-grade devices is really shocking.” – Matthew Green associate professor Department of computer science JHU Information Security Institute Read more at CNNMoney.
Avi Rubin, professor of computer science and technical director of the Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute, and several cyber security experts spoke with NPR regarding reports that President Donald Trump may still be using a potentially unsecured phone to tweet.
Vladimir Braverman, an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science, has been chosen by the National Science Foundation for its prestigious CAREER Award, which recognizes early stage scholars with high levels of promise and excellence.
The research of Muyinatu Bell, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, is profiled in the Winter 2017 issue of SWE Magazine.
On NPR’s TED Radio Hour, Avi Rubin, professor of computer science and technical director of the Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute, says that all of our smart devices can be hacked.
Param Shah and Alex Mathews were named to the annual Forbes “30 Under 30” list for their work on Fusiform, a software-driven orthotics startup.