This is a National Science Foundation Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (NSF IGERT) program to develop cross-disciplinary research on electronic security and privacy. This program is making scientific, technological and educational advances by integrating the fields of computer science and engineering, social and behavioral sciences, business, law, health and medicine, and public policy. This is being done by: (1) creating an interdisciplinary doctoral concentration in electronic security and privacy (2) training IGERT fellowship recipients in interdisciplinary research themes with a very active collaborative advising strategy pursued by the PIs and (3) nurturing a cross-disciplinary, collaborative platform for technologists, social scientists, behavioral, and policy researchers to develop and work on research themes on electronic security and privacy. A key area of interest in the project is security and privacy of electronic health records. Visit the project web site to learn more.
Electronic Security and Privacy Technological, Human, Enterprise and Legal Considerations
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