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Securing the Enterprise When Employees are Remote

Via ACM News — Permitting workers to split their time between their home and office can improve job satisfaction and, in some cases, productivity. However, hybrid work arrangements can introduce additional layers of complexity and risk to an organization's…

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Computer Scientists Dive into AI with New CAREER Award Projects

Two computer scientists in The University of Texas at Dallas’ Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science have received National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) awards to support research to detect online deception…

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UT Dallas Researchers Unveil New Cybersecurity Defenses at USENIX

In August 2022, the USENIX Security Symposium published ground-breaking cybersecurity research papers by two UT Dallas computer science professors, Dr. Shiyi Wei and Dr. Kangkook Jee.  Dr. Wei's paper additionally received the symposium's Distinguished Paper Award, identifying it…

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Students Accelerate Engineering, Tech Skills at Toyota Hackathon

Seven University of Texas at Dallas students earned spots to compete alongside Toyota software and hardware engineers from all over the world at the SWARM Connected Mobility Hackathon, held this summer at the company’s U.S. headquarters in Plano.…

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