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Carnegie Mellon University and one of the government's top spy agencies want to interest high school students in a game of computer hacking.
Carnegie Mellon University's CIO Institute helps train the next generation of senior technology managers.
January 12, 2012
One of the biggest IT and computer security companies is pairing with academia on behalf of cybersecurity research.
Diesel cars may cost more than gasoline-powered vehicles. But in the long term, they may recoup some of that sticker shock.
Jeanette Wing, the chair of the Computer Sciences Department at Carnegie-Mellon University, joined the DorobekINSIDER, to explain why what's really needed is the development of a more open science of security.
Host Tom Temin discusses new, innovative ideas for dealing with computer viruses. His guest this week - Jeannette Wing, the chair of the Computer Science department at Carnegie Melon University and former employee at the National Science Foundation.
October 14, 2010
The answer isn't so simple, finds a new report. Report author Jody Westby, Adjunct Distinguished Fellow at Carnegie Mellon CyLab explains.
As if the touchscreens on "smart phones" and some computer monitors weren't cool enough, soon it may be possible to turn your own arm into a keypad.
Wednesday, November 11th, 2009 at 2:05pm
Identity Theft is a multifaceted problem that has grown to epidemic proportions with the development of the internet and of the on-line economy.
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