Trusted CI

 
Trusted CI is the NSF Cybersecurity Center of Excellence. The mission of Trusted CI (trustedci.org) is to improve the cybersecurity of NSF science and engineering projects, while allowing those projects to focus on their science endeavors.

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  • Withers, Alex (2018-06-25)
    The concept behind the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) is simple: conduct a digital image-based survey over an enormous area of the sky and build an extensive astronomical catalogue over the course of ten years. ...

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  • Basney, Jim; Ananthakrishnan, Rachana; Koranda, Scott (2017-12)
    A collection of training presentations covering federated identity management for research organization, presented at the 2017 AGU New Orleans conference. Hands-on exercises are included in this submission. The topics ...

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  • Russell, Scott (2018-05-21)
    The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is slated to come into effect on May 25, 2018, and organizations around the world are struggling to determine whether they are covered, what is required, and ...

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  • Chase, Jeff; Ruth, Paul (2018-04-23)
    Data-intensive science collaborations increasingly provision dedicated network circuits to share and exchange datasets securely at high speed, leveraging national-footprint research fabrics such as ESnet or I2/AL2S. This ...

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  • Reznik, Leon; Khokhlov, Igor (2018-03-26)
    In this talk, we are presenting our work on building a data quality and security (DQS) framework, which integrates cybersecurity with other diverse metrics, such as accuracy, reliability, timeliness, and safety into a ...

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