Cornell University to get funding to develop cybersecurity software

Loop News St Lucia posted an article on May 29, 2017, about Cornell University receiving $2.5M for cybersecurity work. Here’s a quick summary.

Cornell University will receive $2.5 million in federal funds to support the development of new cybersecurity software.  The grant is a smart investment that will support the creation of new cutting-edge technologies.

The funds are sourced from the National Science Foundation and are intended to aid the research and developments associated with new software techniques protecting computer networks from cybercriminals.


Contributed by Racquel Bailey from Jamaica. Racquel is a member of the WISC Discord group from the G5 Cyber Security Foundation Ltd. Learn more about WISC (Women in InfoSec Caribbean) at WISC is a non-profit initiative supporting  Caribbean women and girls to develop a career in Information Security.

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