Ryan Wagner, a third-year scholar at Carnegie Mellon University’s Institute of Software Research, is a former “ethical hacker” (to prevent cyber attacks) mainly of financial and US Government systems. He is currently researching ways of evaluating how cyber systems can self-adapt to withstand attacks. His research will determine structural weak points in a system and guide self-adaptation of the system to preserve critical functionality while increasing resilience.
U.S News and World Report recently published its annual Graduate School Rankings for 2016. We are fortunate to have 3 of the top-ranked universities in the science and technology fields to educate our ARCS scholars right in our backyards. Penn State University, The... Read more