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The IU Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research is a unique organization that offers valuable opportunities to employees:
Reputation for success: Founded in 2003, CACR has 15 years of success within IU and with securing research and operational funding from NSF, DOE, DOD, and private-sector firms.
Professional development: CACR supports its staff in growing their professional and subject matter skills, as well as their professional networks.
Never boring: CACR has a steady stream of new research and operational projects that provide ample opportunities to its staff for learning new areas and taking on new roles.
Securing scientific research around the globe: CACR is the lead for the National Science Foundation Cybersecurity Center of Excellence.
Holistic cybersecurity and diverse perspectives: CACR treats cybersecurity as a holistic challenge with technical, business, legal, and human factors best addressed with diverse perspectives and skills. CACR staff tackle cybersecurity problems in interdisciplinary teams.
Real-world impact through applied research: CACR is involved in projects funded by NSF, DHS, DOD, and the private sector that have impact on the practice of cybersecurity.
Part of a strong IU cybersecurity community spanning research to operations, technical to law: CACR works closely with researchers and staff in IU’s schools, the Pervasive Technology Institute, and central IT (UITS).
Amazing benefits: Full-time staff enjoy IU’s exceptional , including generous retirement contributions and paid time off.
Vibrant Bloomington community: CACR is located on the east side of IU Bloomington’s campus, a thriving and diverse cultural, economic, and technological hub.