An innovative approach protects closed-source Windows applications against cyber attacks by automatically and transparently re-randomizing sensitive internal data.
The systems engineer focuses on making transportation, electricity, and water infrastructure more resilient against disruptions.
Several of the winning innovations apply artificial intelligence to solutions for challenges to national security.
By securely aggregating sensitive data from cyber-attacks, the SCRAM platform from MIT CSAIL can quantify an organization’s level of security and suggest what to prioritize.
Smith spoke with CSAIL Director Daniela Rus as part of a special series co-presented by the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing.
Bluetooth signals from your smartphone could automate Covid-19 contact tracing while preserving privacy
A system that enables smartphones to transmit “chirps” to nearby devices could notify people if they have been near an infected person.
MIT cryptography expert and election technology developer explains how to verify an election outcome.
System ensures hackers eavesdropping on large networks can’t find out who’s communicating and when they’re doing so.
PatternEx merges human and machine expertise to spot and respond to hacks.
Tiny, battery-free ID chip can authenticate nearly any product to help combat losses to counterfeiting.
Mobile voting application could allow hackers to alter individual votes and may pose privacy issues for users.
Routing scheme boosts efficiency in networks that help speed up blockchain transactions.