About

CACR

CACR is a research center affiliated with the Indiana University Pervasive Technology Institute and a member of the Indiana University cybersecurity community, which includes the Maurer School of Law, the Kelley School of Business, the School of Informatics and ComputingREN-ISAC, the University Information Policy Office, and the University Information Security Office.

CACR is distinctive in interweaving technical and policy expertise. The Center draws on Indiana University’s wide range of scholarly expertise in computer science, informatics, accounting and information systems, criminal justice, law, organizational behavior, public policy, and other disciplines, as well as the extensive practical cybersecurity experience of its operational units. The center’s leadership reflects this range of expertise:

Building on this foundation, CACR has achieved a number of successes over the past year:

  • Organizing the National Science Foundation’s Cybersecurity Summit for Large Facilities and Cyberinfrastructure
  • Winning the ISE North America Project of the Year Award in the Academic/Public Sector Category for the Department of Homeland Security Software Assurance Marketplace Project
  • Recertifying Indiana University as a Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education and Research
  • Leading a faculty group representing six Indiana University schools in the development of a white paper for the Department of Defense’s Minerva social science research initiative.
As a result, CACR has risen to a position of prominence in national and global cybersecurity conversations. CACR’s mission and vision are ambitious but achievable. They challenge CACR—and Indiana University—to identify and address the most difficult cybersecurity problems facing public and private communities alike and they invite continued collaboration to foster greater innovation and creativity.