Center for the Science & Engineering of Cyber Security (CSECS)
The objective of the center is to study principles of Cyber Security, how to measure, assess, and enforce security in legacy systems, and how to build new systems that are secured. The science of Cyber Security is addressed by exploiting formal techniques that are theoretically grounded to express, model, and reason about security accurately. The engineering of cyber security utilizes empirical techniques that aim to create holistic and systematic approaches to development of automated tools for cyber security system analysis. The center also examines cyber security issues facing the general public, such as security in business enterprises, health care, and national infrastructures. If you would like to see more information on our research or other areas of this group, please use the navigation bar above.
Summer Workshop on Cyber Security
The Center for the Science and Engineering of Cyber Security in the Department
of Computer Science at Texas Tech University and the
for Security Studies at Angelo State University
have been awarded a two−year grant from the National Science Foundation
Award #1241756) to offer summer workshop in the area of cyber security to faculty, instructors, and teachers from
community colleges in Texas. The project accepts applications for a week−long workshop to be held in the Department
of Computer Science at Texas Tech University during Summer 2013.
For more information on the workshop, visit the Summer Workshop on Cyber Security webpage.