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CINO September Update

Sep 12, 2016, by Emily Nichols
Tags: CINO, Community-Driven Innovation

Please join us for the Research Track at the 2016 Technology Exchange. We have an exciting line-up on a wide range of topics like Smart Campus and IoT, End-to-End Trust and Security for IoT and Trust, Identity, Privacy, Protection, Safety & Security (TIPPSS), Globus, ScienceDMZ for Instruments, Cyberinfrastructure, and CloudLab. We will also be kicking off an NSF for Cybersecurity Transition to Practice Acceleration EAGER project. If you won't be attending the Technology Exchange, we are planning a webinar on the EAGER project and how you can participate later this Fall. Email cino@internet2.edu to learn more.

As part of the work for the NSF award, Florence Hudson and Emily Nichols attended the 2016 Government Cyber Security SBIR Workshop, sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Defense, and the National Science Foundation. During the workshop, we learned about an NSF I/U CRC at the University of Arizona under Salim Hariri, focused on Cloud and Autonomic Computing, including an IoT Security Framework. To learn more about this project, see the latest issue of UA CAC Technews.

Florence Hudson continues her travels within the R&E community leading discussions on collaborative innovation, including keynoting the I-Light and Indiana Gigapop 2016 Members Conference; the first ever IEEE Connected Health: Applications, Systems and Engineering Technologies Conference; and a University of Houston Campus Collaborative Innovation Day in conjunction with regional network LEARN. Many thanks to Marianne Chitwood and Sarah Couch for hosting Internet2 at I-Light; Lisa German, Mary Ann Ottinger, and Pankaj Shah for hosting Internet2 at the University of Houston.

NIST will be sponsoring an upcoming National Strategic Computing Initiative (NSCI) workshop on High-Performance Computing Security September 29–30, 2016, in Gaithersburg, MD. The goal of the NSCI is to maximize the benefits of high-performance computing (HPC) for economic competitiveness and scientific discovery. Registration is $99 and closes on September 22. Please share this workshop invitation with your colleagues.

The Collaborative Innovation Community (CINC Up) hosts webinars throughout the month, most recently on Cisco's Manufacturer Usage Descriptions (MUD) and IoT Security; cyberinfrastructure facilitation; and virtual reality applications in higher ed. Our next call will be on September 23 featuring SURFnet’s LoRa low-power wireless WAN pilot for IoT research. Email cino@internet2.edu to participate.