DHS Awards Dartmouth Cyber Security Group $11 MM

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security awarded Dartmouth College an $8.7 million grant for new studies on insider threats, privacy protection, and the economics of cyber security. The money will go to Dartmouth's Institute for Information Infrastructure Protection (I3P).

Meanwhile, the school's Institute for Security Technology Studies (ISTS) will receive $3 million to continue its research into security and privacy matters.

ISTS executive director David Kotz said the money will be used to study "sensor networking, autonomic computing, video forensics, and public-key infrastructure."

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