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WPI is now a Scholarship for Service site

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January 5, 2015

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WPI now offers scholarships in security through the Scholarship for Service program. Supported students must be US citizens pursuing either an MS degree or a BS-MS combined degree in our security track within Computer Science. A website with details will be up shortly; in the meantime, interested students can contact us at cybersecurity@wpi.edu.

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Open Faculty Positions

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October 10, 2013

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WPI is searching for tenure track cybersecurity faculty in each of Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Public Policy (within Social Science). Come join our growing program!

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WPI Wins 3rd Place at Northeast Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition

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March 14, 2013

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In only our second year competing in the Northeast Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (NECCDC), WPI took third place out of 14 teams. Congrats to the team Doran Smestad (captain), Marc Green (co-captain), Anish Athalye, Ryan Danas, Joshua Keller, Ian Naval, Henrique Polido, and Alex Thornton-Clark, and to their faculty advisor, Professor Craig Shue.

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Tuesday Security Lunch, Spring 2012

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January 15, 2013

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The security faculty in the Computer Science and Electrical and Computing Engineering departments are organizing a weekly bring-your-own-lunch social for undergrads, graduate students, and faculty. The lunch will be free-form, without an agenda or advance preparation. The goal is more to discuss current events and security topics. We are hoping to have a student-driven, informal […]

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Cyber-defense team

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March 24, 2012

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Assistant Professor Craig Shue has launched WPI’s first cyber-defense team, a group of undergraduate and graduate students who practice defending systems and networks from cyberattacks. Local companies and agencies participate by attending practice sessions to simulate attacking teams. Over 30 students participated in training and practice sessions this spring, with a smaller team (pictured above) […]

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