Welcome to the CAE Community of Practice (CoP) for Cyber Research (CAE-R)
CAE CoP-R Mission:
“To collaborate with both the CAE-R Community and the NCAE-C Program Management Office (PMO) to build a Cybersecurity Excellence Community of Practice in Cyber Research (CoP-R) in order to gather and share input from the broader community as well as to provide continuous program improvement".
CAE-CoP-R Ongoing Initiatives:
Get to Know Your Fellow CAE-R
Starting in March 2023, we are establishing the initiative called: “Getting to Know Your Fellow CAE-Rs”, co-chaired by Bo Yuan of Rochester Institute of Technology and Roberto Perdisci of University of Georgia.
The CAE-R CoP Research Symposium was held at Moraine Valley Community College on Friday, September 22, 2023. The program chairs are William Enck of North Carolina State University and Heather Lipford of University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Special Topics Workshop
A Special Topics Workshop on Generative AI Tools and Cybersecurity will be held as part of the National Cybersecurity Education Colloquium at Moraine Valley Community College on Thursday, September 21, 2023. The workshop will identify priority research gaps and objectives that the cybersecurity research community at large can work on together to further understand the potential impacts and develop solutions. Results of the workshop will be briefed to the general audience immediately following the workshop.
INSuRE (INformation Security Research and Education)
This program is a collaboration between government agencies, national labs, FFRDCs, and CAE institutions to provide students with an opportunity to work on real-world applied research problems. INSuRE aims to improve the workforce readiness of participating students by building skills in applied cybersecurity research, teamwork, communication, problem solving, and project management.
To read more about this initiative, see here.