Paulo Shakarian tells us how mining the dark web can throw light on cybercriminals and thwart their impending attacks. He likens his research strategy to that of a soldier running reconnaissance on the enemy.
Professor Umit Ogras is one of three DARPA Young Faculty Award winners at ASU this year. GSI's DARPA Working Group helps craft concepts and proposals to ensure they are meeting DARPA needs and matching proposal requirements.
Nadya Bliss, director of Arizona State University’s Global Security Initiative, talks about the Facebook congressional testimony and what questions she thinks should have been asked during the hearing.
GSI took a new approach to an old problem, using advances in big data and visualization technology to create a conservation planning tool that will help philanthropists, governments, and NGOs better prioritize conservation efforts around the world.
In Arizona, companies such as Waymo and Uber are testing self-driving vehicles. Learn more about the concept of swarm intelligence from ASU’s Autonomous Collective Systems Laboratory, and how it applies to self-driving vehicles and other technologies.
Teamwork extends beyond sports and can reshape productivity. Researchers at Human Systems Engineering at ASU’s Polytechnic School are examining how teams work under pressure. See how the team experiences of the Phoenix Rising Football Club are not so different from the medical field and other professions.
Technology is not created to reflect the rich diversity of people that use it, says Jessica Rajko. She contends that adding more voices in the design process will create not only more inclusive tech experiences but better technology overall.
Technology is always moving fast. However, smart home devices have quickly accelerated into one of the top gifts to give this holiday season. Items such as Amazon Echo, Google Home, etc. are gifts many are asking for or receiving this year.
We’ve portioned out more of the Colorado River’s water than it can deliver. How do we navigate the rapids of water management without capsizing under growing demand? Dave White of ASU’s Decision Center for a Desert City explains how to stay afloat.
Nadya Bliss, director of the Global Security Initiative at Arizona State University, presents a talk titled "Computer Science and _____: Better Together, The Value of an Interdisciplinary Approach" at the annual symposium of the Michigan Institute for Data Science (MIDAS), Oct. 11, 2017.
Two of the largest marketplaces on the dark web have been shut down after an international investigation. AlphaBay and Hansa were shut down, with AlphaBay having more than 250,000 listing for illegal drugs and toxic chemicals. Paulo Shakarian, a Fulton Entrepreneurial Professor at Arizona State University, will tell us more.
As the Senate Intelligence committee meets to discuss Russian attempts to hack into local election systems, we’ll talk with Jaime Winterton to learn just how safe our system is. Local pollster Mike O’Neil will talk about the results and impact of the Georgia congressional race. The Kino Border Initiative is a binational effort to help those who are deported to Mexico at the border.
We’ve heard more about personal cybersecurity over the past several months than in the previous 20 years. (May we never hear the words “private email server” again.) You may not be high on Putin's to-hack list, but there are still good reasons to protect yourself online, and there is no better place to start than a Future Tense happy hour.
As the director of Arizona State University’s Global Security Initiative, she is resolved to tackling these “wicked” problems. To do so effectively, she suggests embracing complexity, not rejecting it out of fear of failure, and integrating understanding from a broad range of fields and disciplines.
Nadya Bliss, Director of the Global Security Initiative, Arizona State University, discusses the ubiquity of cyber vulnerabilities at an event on the cybersecurity skills gap in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, October 27, 2015.