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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 . For more details, see the blog post at .

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,...

Virtual 2020 NSF Cybersecurity Summit: Sept. 22-24, 2020

The 2020 NSF Cybersecurity Summit is scheduled to take place Tuesday, September 22 through Thursday the 24th. Due to the impact of the global pandemic, this year’s summit will be virtual. The final program is still evolving but will maintain the mission to provide a format designed to increase the NSF community’s understanding of cybersecurity strategies that strengthen trustworthy science: what data, processes, and systems are crucial to the scientific mission, what risks they...

Short Survey from Trustworthy Data Working Group: Scientific Data Security Concerns and Practices

The Trustworthy Data Working Group invites scientific researchers and the cyberinfrastructure professionals who support them to complete a short survey about scientific data security concerns and practices. The working group is a collaborative effort of Trusted CI, the four NSF Big Data Innovation Hubs, the NSF CI CoE Pilot, the Ostrom Workshop on Data Management and Information Governance, the NSF Engagement and Performance Operations Center (EPOC), the Indiana Geological and Water...

Trusted CI Blog: Transition to Practice Success Story, Part Two—How CILogon Powers Science Gateways

Read this blog post from Trusted CI to hear from SGCI EDS Director Marlon Pierce about how CILogon enables researchers to log on to cyberinfrastructure(CI). Pierce is also director of the  Cyberinfrastructure Integration Research Center  at Indiana University (formerly the Science Gateways Research Center) and leads distributed systems research into scalable cyberinfrastructure to support computational and data-driven science.

Trusted CI Hosting COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall on March 24, 2020

Trusted CI is holding a Virtual Town Hall on Tuesday, March 24th at 3 pm Eastern to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the NSF open science community. Trusted CI recently posted a blog discussing  recommendations for reducing cybersecurity risk  while working remotely and protecting  regulated data  during the COVID-19 outbreak. Trusted CI, NSF CI CoE Pilot, and SGCI, we are also  offering priority help  to projects tackling COVID-19. The purpose of this Town...
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