OpenVPN, a widely used virtual private networking technology, will be audited for security flaws by Matthew Green, assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science and the Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute.
On Monday, December 5, 2016, over 90 people gathered in Shriver Hall on the Homewood Campus of JHU, to learn from the personal experiences of a diverse group of women in the field of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) and Computer Science (CS). The event was sponsored by the Graduate Association [of women] in CS […]
The spotlight in baseball tends to fall on the clutch moment, the final inning, the key at-bat with the game on the line. But players also reveal themselves when the team’s got little to gain or lose.
Matthew Green, assistant professor of computer science, comments on the support for file-based encryption in Android 7.0 Nougat and its imperfections.
The daylong symposium featured panels of experts in biomedical engineering, mechanical engineering, computer science, and health care who advocated for leveraging new and emerging technologies to deliver better health care.
Three Whiting School of Engineering researchers have made Thomson Reuters’ 2016 Highly Cited Researchers list, which recognizes the “world’s most influential scientific minds.” Researchers earn this distinction by writing papers that rank among the top 1 percent most-often cited in their field and year of publication. Inclusion on this list of research elite is considered […]
More than 300 college students worked in teams of up to 4 to bring software and hardware ideas to life at Johns Hopkins annual HopHacks held October 21 – October 23. Engineers, designers, and entrepreneurs collaborated to explore new ideas, competed for prizes, and created amazing applications at the bi-annual hackathon hosted on the Homewood […]