We are pleased to announce the next round of Pitt Cyber Accelerator Grants (PCAG), a funding opportunity to support projects that aim to establish or reinforce Pitt and Pitt Cyber as places of distinction and excellence in “cyber” studies and practice. Deadline to apply is January 10.
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.
Trib Live echoes the Blue Ribbon Commission on Pennsylvania's Election Security's recommendation for voting systems with paper ballots.
Stephen Lee and Lingfei Wu, assistant professors at the School of Computing and Information joined Pitt Cyber as affiliate scholars.
At Pitt, we believe that no one discipline has a lock on effective solutions to big problems. This is why we host Hacking4Humanity. Date coming soon!
Pitt Cyber offers a free week-long summer camp every year to local high schoolers. The AFA CyberCamp gives students of all backgrounds and levels of tech literacy the chance to learn about cybersecurity, cyber ethics, career options in cyber, and more.