INI Captures the FenceOn Thanksgiving Eve, students braved the cold and spent the late night hours capturing the Fence for the INI: "My Heart is in the Network."
Support the INI on #givingCMUday!Carnegie Mellon is celebrating Giving Tuesday on December 3 as #givingCMUday. Your gift will count you as a supporter on this day of community and generosity across the university.
Showcasing Practicum Projects at CMU Silicon ValleyThe INI's bicoastal students have innovated in the wild through practicum projects sponsored by tech companies, startups and government agencies this fall semester. At this event, INI students will showcase their practicum work in computing, mobile systems and security through dynamic presentations and project exhibits.
Celebrating 15 Years of CyLabCyLab recently celebrated its 15th year as Carnegie Mellon University’s security and privacy research institute. The occasion was marked by the 2019 CyLab Partners conference, held on September 24-26, 2019. Three INI students presented a poster on their research into data security between apps on iOS devices.
Supporting women in cybersecurity through INI and EWF partnershipAt Carnegie Mellon, the Information Networking Institute is closing the gender gap in cybersecurity, one student at a time, in partnership with the Executive Women's Forum on Information Security, Risk Management and Privacy. In fall 2019, Irina Dumitrescu became the twelfth recipient of the full-tuition EWF INI Fellowship.
INI students helped CMU launch 'world's largest hacking competition'Learn more about picoCTF 2019, the world's largest hacking competition hosted by Carnegie Mellon, and meet the INI students who help bring the game to life.
Gearing up for Grace Hopper 2019Fourteen INI student scholars are attending the 2019 Grace Hopper Celebration, the world's largest gathering of women technologists. The INI is a platinum sponsor of this year's conference, which will take place in Orlando, FL, October 1-4, 2019.
Celebrating diversity in computing at Tapia 2019INI students Samuel Sabogal Pardo and Erica Braunschweig are attending the 2019 Tapia Conference in San Diego, CA, which celebrates diversity in the computer sciences. INI director Dr. Dena Haritos Tsamitis will lead a workshop called "Snap Out of It: Overcoming Impostor Syndrome and Leveraging Your Value Proposition" on Friday, September 20 at 2:30 p.m.
INI partners with UNCF's Computer Science Academy in Silicon ValleyIn summer 2019, Information Networking Institute (INI) staff, faculty and alumnae participated in the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) Computer Science Academy in Silicon Valley, a pilot program aimed at building professional and technical skills for computer science undergraduates from historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs).
CMU crowned hacking champs for fifth time in seven yearsFive INI students and alums were among the winning Plaid Parliament of Pwning at the DefCon27 'World Series of Hacking.' The team has secured its fifth win in seven years, breaking its own record.
INI students to attend Diana Initiative 2019This year, the Information Networking Institute (INI) is a proud sponsor of the Diana Initiative, an annual conference for women, diversity, and inclusion in information security. INI second-year master’s students Huanxin Ding, Dimple Gandhi, and Marjan Salamati-Pour will participate the two-day-long conference.
CMU places second in MITRE Embedded CTFFour INI students were part of the CMU team that placed second overall in the 2019 MITRE Embedded CTF competition.
CMU's Plaid Parliament of Pwning Prepares for DefCon 27Monday, July 15, 2019
CMU's Plaid Parliament of Pwning Prepares for DefCon 27Five INI students and alums are headed to Defcon 27 to compete in 'World Series of Hacking' with the Plaid Parliament of Pwning.
2019 INI Diploma CeremonyTuesday, June 04, 2019
2019 INI Diploma CeremonyKeynote speaker Roseanne Silva (MS02, ‘91) inspires INI Class of 2019 with three important lessons on how to 'nurture the network.'
INI alumna Roseanne Silva to receive CMU Alumni Service AwardThursday, May 02, 2019
INI alumna Roseanne Silva to receive CMU Alumni Service AwardRoseanne Silva (INI '91) will receive a 2019 Alumni Service Award for her meritorious service to Carnegie Mellon on May 17 during Commencement Weekend and will deliver the keynote speech at the Information Networking Institute’s (INI) graduation ceremony on Sunday, May 19.
Celebrating women in cybersecurityThursday, March 28, 2019
Celebrating women in cybersecuritySupporting the community of women in cybersecurity and highlighting the work of accomplished women from across academia and industry are Carnegie Mellon University's goals as the host of this week’s Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS) conference in Pittsburgh from March 28-30.
Alum’s company RedMarlin harnesses AI to fight counterfeit websitesMonday, March 04, 2019
Alum’s company RedMarlin harnesses AI to fight counterfeit websitesAbhishek Dubey believes a safe Internet experience is a universal right, like clean water, and he’s come up with a fresh approach. By utilizing AI and deep learning, his company RedMarlin builds phishing detection and brand protection solutions that are proactive and affordable for customers, both big and small.
Four INI students will represent CMU at RSA Conference 2019Wednesday, February 27, 2019
Four INI students will represent CMU at RSA Conference 2019Thousands of cybersecurity professionals are headed to San Francisco for RSA® Conference (RSAC), including four INI students selected as RSA® Conference Security Scholars: Nicholas Amon, Ankit Jena, Jamie Thorpe and Era Vuksani.
INI alum Rohit Antao is transforming IT for the digital eraThursday, January 31, 2019
INI alum Rohit Antao is transforming IT for the digital eraAs a Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Rohit Antao (MS16) is on the bleeding edge of helping companies grow in the digital era. Antao co-leads PwC’s Digital Transformation Practice, advising clients in the technology, media and telecommunications sectors on optimizing their organizations.
Lorrie Faith Cranor named new director of Carnegie Mellon University's CyLabMonday, January 14, 2019