Secure Computing Institute
The Secure Computing Institute (SCI) at NC State University is a focal point for cybersecurity research and education at the university and the broader Research Triangle Park (RTP) area. Located in the Department of Computer Science, SCI seeks to unite cybersecurity efforts throughout the university, including the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, the Department of Business Management, and the College of Education. SCI is co-directed by Dr. William Enck and Dr. Laurie Williams.
Cybersecurity research at the Secure Computing Institute is performed within its core and affiliate research labs. These efforts are spread across theoretical and practical cybersecurity and privacy, including topics such as software supply chain security, cellular and telecommunications security, mobile and IoT platform and application security and privacy, Web security and privacy, cloud security, software security, quantum-resistant cryptography, blockchain security and privacy, and symmetric multi-party computation.
The mission of the Secure Computing Institute (SCI) is to enhance the security and privacy of computing systems for the betterment of society through (1) performing basic and applied research; and (2) advancing and delivering cybersecurity education.
Core Research Labs
- We are seeking proposals for 1-credit, sophomore-level courses as part of our new Cybersecurity Concentration. If you are interested in proposing a course for Fall 2020 (or future semesters), please fill out the following form: https://go.ncsu.edu/security-course-proposals.
- SCI is hiring a Director of Cybersecurity Education and Teaching Professor. For more information, see the employment page.
- S3C2 is hiring a PostDoc. For more information, see the employment page.
- S3C2 is hiring a Research Coordinator. For more information, see the employment page.