Trusted CI Engagement Applications Period Is Open for Early 2021

The Trusted CI engagement application period is open for engagements taking place in the second half of 2021 (July-Dec 2021). Applications are due April 2, 2021. (Slots are limited and in demand so this is a firm deadline!) To learn more about the process and criteria and to complete an application, visit our site at  https://trustedci.org/ application . During Trusted CI’s first 5 years, we’ve conducted more than 35 one-on-one engagements with NSF-funded projects, Large...

Trusted CI Webinar: SciTokens—Federated Authorization for Distributed Scientific Computing, Jan 25, 2021

SciTokens: Federated Authorization for Distributed Scientific Computing on Monday, January 25th at 11am (Eastern)   Please  register here . Be sure to check spam/junk folder for registration confirmation email. SciTokens ( https://scitokens.org/ ), an  NSF CICI  project, works to advance the use of bearer tokens and capabilities in distributed scientific infrastructures. It applies the JSON Web Token ( JWT ) and  OAuth  standards to the needs of...

Trusted CI recaps 2020 webinars and announces 2021 topics

Trusted CI has booked the following webinar topics for 2021: January:  SciTokens February: Cyberattacks & the social sciences March:   REED+  ecosystem April:  OSN  and  MGHPCC May: Identifying Vulnerable GitHub Repositories June: Trusted CI annual challenge - Software Assurance July:  Open Science Grid August: NCSA's  SOC Type 2  certification September:  Q-Factor  project ...

Trusted CI Webinar: Trustworthy Data panel Monday, Dec. 7, 11am ET

The  Trustworthy Data Working Group  is hosting a panel on Monday, December 7th at 11 am (Eastern) to discuss tools, standards, community practices for trustworthy scientific data sharing. The panelists are: Jim Basney: Deputy Director,  Trusted CI Sandra Gesing: Associate Research Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering; Computational Scientist,  Center for Research Computing ; University of Notre Dame ( PresQT ) Bob Hanisch: Director of...

Applications are now open for the 3rd round of Trusted CI Fellows!

We are now pleased to announce the call for applications for our 2021 Trusted CI Fellows. Another cohort of six fellows will receive training from and work closely with Trusted CI to expand their own understanding of trustworthy science and further empower the NSF community to secure its own research. You can learn more about our Fellows program by visiting the Trusted CI website.

Trusted CI Blog: Trusted CI begins Engagement with Galaxy

Read   this blog post from Trusted CI   to hear about the kick-off of the Galaxy cybersecurity engagement. Trusted CI and SGCI are providing this short-term engagement.   Galaxy  is an open-source, web-based application for performing data-intensive biomedical research. It combines common software tools and data workflows to provide researchers without an informatics platform in an accessible, easy to use interface, which abstracts the complexity of interacting...

Trusted CI Blog: Chem Compute JupyterHub (1st May, 2020 - 15th July, 2020)

Read this blog post from Trusted CI to hear about the Chem Compute cybersecurity engagement. Trusted CI and SGCI provided this short-term engagement. Chem Compute PI, Mark Perri, worked with Ishan Abhinit, a cybersecurity consultant, to review Chem Compute's servers, services, policies, and implementation of JupyterHub. You can receive a cybersecurity engagement from Trusted CI and SGCI by completing a service request form .

Trusted CI Webinar: Whose line is it anyway? Problem solving in complex networks with Doug Southworth of IU, EPOC

Indiana University's Doug Southworth is presenting the talk, Whose line is it anyway? - Problem-solving in complex networks, on July 20, 2020, at 11 am (Eastern).  Registration is available here  (be sure to check spam/junk folder for the registration confirmation email). Abstract:   Today’s collaborative science often utilizes massive datasets shared across great distances. With better access to data, we ask harder questions: interactive data sources change the...

Survey Report: Scientific Data Security Concerns and Practices

The Trustworthy Data Working Group has published the survey report on scientific data security concerns and practices at https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3906865 . For more details, see the blog post at https://blog.trustedci.org/2020/07/tdwg-survey-report.html .

2020 NSF Cybersecurity Summit for Large Facilities and Cyberinfrastructure, September 22-24, 2020

The 2020 NSF Cybersecurity Summit hosted by Trusted CI, the NSF Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, will take place September 22–24, 2020 and will be hosted online.    Attendees include cybersecurity practitioners, technical leaders, and risk owners from within the NSF Large Facilities and CI Community, as well as key stakeholders and thought leaders from the broader scientific and information security communities.   The Summit seeks proposals for presentations,...
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