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: The NSF Cybersecurity Center of Excellence Open XDMoD First Principles Vulnerability Assessment (2020-07-21)Trusted CI First Principles vulnerability assessment with Open XDMoD.
(2020-06-20)The final report of the Trusted CI engagement with University of California, Berkeley's Secure Research Data and Compute Platform (SRDC).
Trusted CI Webinar: Whose line is it anyway? - Problem solving in complex networks with Doug Southworth (2020-07-20)Today’s collaborative science often utilizes massive datasets shared across great distances. With better access to data we ask harder questions: interactive data sources change the very science we do. These factors have ...
Trusted CI Webinar: "How worried should I be?": The worst question we keep asking about research cybersecurity with Susan Sons (2020-06-22)Susan Sons, Deputy Director of the Research Security Operations Center (ResearchSOC) will provide a mini threat briefing (a brief brief) and a broader discussion on how the research cybersecurity community approaches threat ...
(2020-05-18)The science and cyberinfrastructure community writes a huge quantity of software in the form of services, web applications, and infrastructure to support its mission. Each deployed software component can open your organization ...