Center for Cyberspace Research (CCR)

Center for Cyberspace Research (CCR)
Defense-Focused Research

Defense focused research is a key mission component of the Center for Cyberspace Research (CCR). CCR affiliated faculty possess extensive operational experience in military communications and security. In addition, the faculty have close working relationships with Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, and Air Force organizations. This synergistic approach promotes an environment for collaborative research that solves real-world communications and security issues facing our nation and national defense.

 

CCR Research Highlights:

Commercial Patent

Patent for ESCAPE Technology

Transitioning operationally relevant research

Supporting classified research

Award winning faculty and staff

Engineering technical letters

Evaluating Energy Management System for Green Initiative

Dayton Regional STEM school outreach

Summer Internships for high school students with SOCHE (www.socheintern.org)

 

Examples of Defense-Focused Research Efforts:

Area-efficient encryption algorithms
Collaborative remotes sensing networks
Computer protection systems
Critical Infrastructure protection
Cyberspace Command and Control
Digital forensics and software protection
Insider threat
Intelligence amplification

Network exploitation

Network management and security
Network intrusion detection and analysis
Pattern recognition & text mining

Risk assessment of embedded weapon systems
Social engineering 

Software protection
Vulnerability analysis



 

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