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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Trusted CI webinar: A capability-based authorization infrastructure for distributed High Throughput Computing (2021-07-26)The OSG Consortium provides researchers with the ability to bring their distributed high throughput computing (dHTC) workloads to a pool of resources consisting of hardware across approximately 100 different sites. Using ...
(2021-06-28)Secure development is not just a technical problem: it’s a human and organizational problem as well. To understand the causes of insecurity, and find effective solutions, we must understand how and why security problems ...
Trusted CI webinar: Identifying Vulnerable GitHub Repositories in Scientific Cyberinfrastructure: An Artificial Intelligence Approach (2021-05-24)The scientific cyberinfrastructure community heavily relies on public internet-based systems (e.g., GitHub) to share resources and collaborate. GitHub is one of the most powerful and popular systems for open source ...
(2021-04-26)Drawing upon its mission to enable access to discovery and scholarship, Arizona State University is deploying an advanced research network employing the Science DMZ architecture. While advancing knowledge of managing ...
Trusted CI webinar: REED+ Purdue's Evolution From a CUI Environment to an Ecosystem to a Community (2021-03-29)Purdue has made giant leaps in the growth of their Regulated Research Program (REED+) in the past several years. Quite possibility the most bold, was the transition from a widely described NIST 800-171 AWS-GovCloud environment ...