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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.
- CACR does not discriminate: CACR is committed to the achievement of equal opportunity. CACR will recruit and hire persons based upon their individual qualifications. Indiana University prohibits discrimination on the basis of age, color, disability, ethnicity, sex, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status.