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INI Faculty Among Winners at Cisco's Security Challenge

October 22, 2014

A team led by CMU-SV professor Patrick Tague was one of four winners named at the Cisco Internet of Things (IoT) Security Grand Challenge, announced Oct. 15 at Cisco's IoT World Forum in Chicago. The challenge asked for proposals aimed at securing the interconnected "smart" devices that represent a growing segment of the tech economy - as well as a primary area of research at CMU's Silicon Valley campus. Tague, Associate Director of the Information Networking Institute and Associate Research Professor in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, submitted a proposal entitled "Dynamically Controlling IoT Privacy Risks and Trade-offs with Fog Mediation," which incorporated his research in mobile security and work from PhD students Emmanuel Owusu and Xiao Wang (ECE). Full Article

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