Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace Principal Investigator Meeting Program Development
This project developed the program for a significant invitational meeting of the Principal Investigators of the National Science Foundation’s Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace (SaTC) program. This effort made effective collaborations among computer scientists, electrical engineers, economists, psychologists, sociologists, and others working on cyber security The project identified and recruited a stimulating program of speakers and activities for the meeting which took place in late November 2012. The meeting broadened the perspectives of researchers from all of the fields involved, helped them begin to form new partnerships and collaborations, and helped them to better understand how their discoveries and advances may be transitioned into practice. It also helped put researchers with diverse backgrounds from diverse institutions on a common footing. The Principal Investigator was Prof. Lance Hoffman and the project lead was Dr. Carl Landwehr.
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