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Graduate students Roxana Attar, Omid Setayeshfar, Yue Yin, and Keven Warrick interact with professor King Li and graduate student Ruoyan Cai in the iWall Room of the Science Library.

The Institute for Cybersecurity and Privacy is housed within the  Department of Computer Science and consists of energetic and creative professors whose interests cover many of the growing or emerging research areas in Cybersecurity and Privacy. 

We are responsible for guiding the development of the Master of Science in Cybersecurity and Privacy program. This MS program will be useful for all students interested in cybersecurity and privacy topics, particularly in the fields of computer science, mathematics, and engineering. The program aims to develop expertise in various aspects of computer security and privacy, such as networking, operating systems, network and systems security, and data and communications privacy.

 

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