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Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research

The Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research was established by Indiana University in 2003 to provide the nation with leadership in applied cybersecurity technology, education, and policy guidance. Fundamental to CACR’s mission is to properly balance public needs, homeland security concerns, and individual privacy rights. The center has been named an NSA National Center of Academic Excellence in both Information Assurance Education and Information Assurance Research.

Director: Von Welch
Deputy Director: David G. Delaney, Visiting Assistant Professor of Law