Pitt Cyber and Citizens for Better Elections released an analysis of Pennsylvania counties' voting system selections following Governor Wolf's directive to replace paperless voting equipment by 2020.
Over the past decade, David Hickton has trailblazed legal practices for investigating some of the nation's biggest cybercrime cases and advocated for innovations to protect the country's often outdated or poorly secured digital infrastructure.
Pitt Cyber announced its newest affiliate practice scholar, Harvey Rishikof. Affiliate practice scholars help advance Pitt Cyber's mission of collaboration and transdisciplinary research in conjunction with affiliate scholars across the University of Pittsburgh.
Pitt Cyber, in partnership with Robert Morris University, hosted the third annual AFA CyberCamp for high school students this summer. Students learned about cyber ethics, systems security, and more. Thank you to Microsoft for the support.
State and local election officials find themselves as front-line cyber warriors, defending against nation-state attacks. In order to keep our elections secure, states need resources and federal assistance says a new report co-authored by Pitt Cyber policy director Chris Deluzio.
Michael Colaresi, William S. Dietrich II Chair of Political Science, will serve as Pitt Cyber's new research and academic director, succeeding Professor of Law Michael Madison.