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The CyberWire Podcast Academic & Research Partners
Accenture Security R&D
Accenture's Security R&D Group develops and incubates solutions that will improve our clients' cyber defense strategies and capabilities. The team brings together unique experiences from academia, entrepreneurship and the cyber front lines to provide critical insights that help clients develop holistic and mission-focused security and active defense strategies. Learn more at accenture.com.
Ben-Gurion University Cyber Security Research Center
Ben-Gurion University’s Cyber Security Research Center (CSRC) works to increase users’ security and privacy; contribute to and evolve the industry of cyber defense tools; identify emerging cyber threats, devise countermeasures and extend public awareness; and advance research in the area of cyber security. More information can be found at cyber.bgu.ac.il.
The University of Maryland Center for Health & Homeland Security
The University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security (CHHS) has vast knowledge of complex issues in cyber law and policy. Our cyber experts have developed academic coursework, consulted for the public and private sector, and provided testimony to legislative bodies. Learn more at mdchhs.com.
Virginia Tech Hume Center for National Security and Technology
The Ted and Karyn Hume Center for National Security and Technology at Virginia Tech cultivates the next generation of national security leaders through education, outreach, and research opportunities for undergraduates, grad students, and research faculty. Faculty are experts in electronic systems, aerospace systems, and information systems for the DOD and the IC. More information can be found at hume.vt.edu.
Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute
The Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute provides the technical foundation and knowledge needed to meet our nation's growing demand for highly skilled professionals in the fields of information security and information assurance. Learn more at isi.jhu.edu.
Level 3 Threat Research Labs
The Level 3 Threat Research Labs team analyzes the global threat landscape and correlates information across internal and external sources. As the threat research and intelligence arm of a global telecommunications company, the team detects, researches, tracks and mitigates malicious exploits. Learn more at blog.level3.com.
Maryland Cybersecurity Center (MC2)
The Maryland Cybersecurity Center (MC2) is an academic center on the University of Maryland campus that brings together faculty, researchers, and students working in the field of cybersecurity from several schools and departments across campus. Learn more at cyber.umd.edu.
QuintessenceLabs’ solutions emerge from ongoing quantum research and security expertise delivering strong data protection. They integrate high-speed quantum random number generation and advanced, interoperable key and policy management with an embedded hsm. Flexible Encryption Modules provide encryption for mobile assets, cloud, networks and databases. Development products include quantum key distribution. Learn more at quintessencelabs.com.