The mission of CCIS is to promote and advance the state of knowledge, methodology and training in Cryptology and Information Security. In particular the mission of the Center is to: a) Be an internationally recognized center for research in cryptology, and related areas of information assurance. b) Promote and facilitate collaboration with information and communications technology (ICT) industries in the South Florida region, the State of Florida and the Nation, providing leading edge solutions. c) Promote and facilitate collaboration with federal and state government departments working in the areas of information assurance, especially the Departments of Defense, and Homeland Security, and the State Office of Homeland Security. d) Foster interdisciplinary collaboration between the Charles E. Schmidt College of Science, the College of Engineering, the College of Business, and the College of Design and Social Inquiry at Florida Atlantic University. e) To train graduate students in cryptology, information security and related areas at the Masters and Ph.D. levels, taking into account our national needs, and to provide a stimulating research environment for post-doctoral and visiting researchers. f) Provide industrial and governmental partners with access to Center expertise and offer them intensive technical short courses.
DCU Number: 50.0520
These projects reflect the research conducted by the center experts.
|09-2024||NCAE-C: Exploring Innovative Approaches for Post-Quantum Authentication NCAE-C: Exploring Innovative Approaches for Post-Quantum Authentication|
|06-2023||SaTC: CORE: Small: Secure and Efficient Solutions for Post-Quantum Cryptography for Codes with Compact Representations SaTC: CORE: Small: Secure and Efficient Solutions for Post-Quantum Cryptography for Codes with Compact Representations|
|08-2022||Young CryptograpHERS: a Cybersecurity Summer Camp for K-12 Girls Young CryptograpHERS: a Cybersecurity Summer Camp for K-12 Girls|
|08-2022||Determining Cryptographic Security Margins in the Presence of Quantum Computing Determining Cryptographic Security Margins in the Presence of Quantum Computing|
|02-2021||CBCrypto 2020 CBCrypto 2020|
|12-2020||A Platform for the Evaluation of Post-Quantum Primitives A Platform for the Evaluation of Post-Quantum Primitives|
|09-2019||7th Code-Based Cryptography Workshop 7th Code-Based Cryptography Workshop|
|09-2018||ORAU-Persichetti Travel Grant ORAU-Persichetti Travel Grant|
|06-2018||The 6th Code-Based Cryptography Workshop (CBC 2018) The 6th Code-Based Cryptography Workshop (CBC 2018)|