Our adversary in cyber space evolves at internet speeds with relationships, access to vulnerability information, recruitment among under employed but skilled computer workers … The challenge to understand, defend, discover and mitigate is ongoing.
The Center Researchers and Students utilize the computing resources in the Cybersecurity Lab and the Arizona Cyber Warfare Range. Topics of interest include: Software defined networks, Aviation cybersecurity, Intrusion detection systems, Open Source Intelligence (OSINT). Students are involved in the Center through groups such as CyberEye, ISORT, Capture the Flag competitions in addition to involvement in research and consulting opportunities.
C Complex — Cyber activities require understanding of multiple disciplines
I Intelligence — Awareness of the capabilities, trends, practices of the adversary is critical
S Success — Security is measured in speed of response, reduction in losses,
C Collaboration — The Center brings together experts from academia, industry and government
Housed in the College of Security and Intelligence, the Center is multi-disciplinary and includes adjunct faculty, guest and remote subject matter experts (SME). This center collaborates with the CyBASE Center in Daytona Beach and is funded in part by federal, state and local sources in addition to University support.
Jon C. Haass, Ph.D. (Director) Associate Professor and Chair Cyber Intelligence and Security, College of Security and Intelligence –Advisory Board member of Arizona Cyber Threat Response Alliance (ACTRA), research interests in security for Internet of Things, Intelligence and Attribution
Radakrishna Sampigethaya, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Cyber Intelligence and Security, College of Security and Intelligence, research interests security of aviation systems including ADS-B, security of ad hoc networks in transportation systems, security of software defined networks, cyber physical systems security
Richard Finston, M.S., Adjunct Professor, College of Security and Intelligence — area of expertise Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance from aviation and space platforms
Steve Hooper, M.S., Assistant Professor, Global Security and Intelligence, College of Security and Intelligence — areas of expertise homeland security, anti-terrorism, trans national criminal organizations
Paul Hriljac, Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics, College of Arts and Science, research interests cryptography, simulations and geo-fencing algorithms for secure data transmission and storage
Matt Jaffe, Ph.D. Professor of Computer Science, College of Engineering, research interests secure coding, requirements for large mission critical software projects
Sam Siewert, Ph.D. Professor of Software Engineering, College of Engineering, research interests security concepts for disk storage, 3D visualization, human computer interfaces
Junaid Chaundhry, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Cyber Security, College of Security and Intelligence, research interests are in critical infrastructure protection and network forensics.
Jesse Laeuchli, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Cyber Security, College of Security and Intelligence, research interests include challenges associated with graph theory, linear solvers, and related applications to data mining and machine learning.
CISC is part of the Greater Arizona Cyber Security community that includes small and large companies, governmental organizations and other academic partners. The Center is a hub for student activities including competitions, projects and research.
To speak to someone about this lab or any of our facilities, call us at 928-777-6600 or 800-888-3728, or email Prescott@erau.edu.