Year 3 projects for NCASSR and its partners include the following. Click on each title for more detailed information.

 AMPol: Adaptive Messaging Policy
 CyberSecurity Performance Analysis Capability (CSPAC)
 Extended CyberCIEGE
 Large Scale Streaming Text Analytics and Visualization System
 Malicious Code Reverse Engineering & Analysis (MCREA)
 MITHRIL: Adaptable Security Enhancements for Survivability in Collaborative Computing Centers
 SeCol: Security for Collaborative Applications using Group Communication and Publish/Subscribe Systems
 Secure SCADA Field Test
 Security Incident Fusion Tools (SIFT)
 System Administrator Simulation Trainer (SAST)


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NCASSR Researchers Receive $400,000 NSF Grant to Develop Log Anonymization Framework
Researchers at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) have been awarded a three-year grant of $400,000 from the National Science Foundation's Cyber Trust program to support the development of tools for computer and network security.
 
NCASSR Researchers Participate in FloCon
The second annual Workshop on Flow Analysis (FloCon) took place Sept. 19-22 in Pittsburgh. custom essay writing services NCSA senior systems security engineer Bill Yurcik was instrumental in helping to organize and administer the conference on-site, along with several members of his group.