Center for Cyber Security and Privacy, University of Oregon (CCSP)

The University of Oregon (UO) has established the Center for Cyber Security and Privacy (CCSP) as the university's primary hub for cybersecurity research and education. Led by director Prof. Jun Li, CCSP conducts a variety of research projects and educational efforts focusing on the security of computer networks and systems.

CCSP has significant engagement in Information Assurance/Cyber Defense (IA/CD) research initiatives, community service, and outreach. It involves both undergraduate and graduate students in conducting IA/CD research. Our faculty and students are particularly active in IA/CD research with over 100 research publications in top venues, funding from federal agencies including NSF and DHS, and a steady stream of graduates from our Ph.D., master's, and undergraduate programs with concentrations in cybersecurity.

First Line of Defense - New cybersecurity center will host research that carries federal stamp of approval
UO launches new cyber security center
UO launches new center and gains federal cyber research recognition
Li awarded $500,000 to examine attacks on social networks
DHS S&T Awards University of Oregon a 1.38M Contract for Cyber Security Research
The Office of Research, Innovation & Graduate Education announced the recipients for the 2014 Incubating Interdisciplinary Initiatives (I3) awards, which enhance research at the UO by supporting th...
Social networking fraud is target of UO-led initiative: Jun Li, the director of the University of Oregon's Center for Cyber Security and Privacy, is leading a new charge to go after all forms of on...
2016 Oregon Cyber Security Day Distinguished Speakers: Dan Massey, Ernie Brickell, Gang Qu and Adam Wick