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Brown CS Students Make Another Strong Showing At The Third Annual Cyber 9/12 Student Competition

Brown CS students continue to distinguish themselves at hackathons nationwide. To read more on this topic, click here.

This past weekend, team Brown Secure (composed of Brown University students Luke Camery, Nicholas Curcio, Sarah McNeil, and Dayton Williams, all juniors, and coached by Brown CS Professor John Savage) attended the fourth annual Atlantic Council Cyber ...

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Seny Kamara Joins Brown CS As Associate Professor

“Some people say privacy is dead,” says Seny Kamara, who joins Brown CS as Associate Professor this summer. “I don’t buy that at all.” The former Microsoft researcher, born in France and raised on three different continents, has long seen academia as his eventual destination. Excited by the people and the values he’s ...

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John Savage Addresses The Boston Global Forum On The G7 Cybersecurity Agenda

Last week, following his efforts to help formulate a cybersecurity agenda for the 2016 G7 Conference, Professor John Savage of Brown University's Department of Computer Science (Brown CS) addressed the Boston Global Forum (BGF) in an online dialogue moderated by former Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis. 

In his remarks ("A G7 Cybersecurity Agenda: The BGF ...

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John Savage Is Awarded A New Patent And Travels To The Munich Security Conference

In addition to advancing the field at a local and national level, Brown CS community members have a global impact on education and research. For more articles on Brown CS around the world click here.

Professor John Savage of Brown University's Department of Computer Science (Brown CS) closed 2015 with a number of important ...

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In addition to advancing the field at a local and national level, Brown CS community members have a global impact on education and research. For more articles on Brown CS around the world click here.

The second World Internet Conference, organized by Chinese officials to discuss Internet issues and policy, was held this year in ...

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John Savage Continues His Participation In International Cyber Conferences
In addition to advancing the field at a local and national level, Brown CS community members have a global impact on education and research. For more articles on Brown CS around the world click here.
 
Following on his appointment to Rhode Island's first Cybersecurity Commission and a recent EastWest Institute Professorial Fellowship, John Savage ...

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Celebrate With Andy: 50 Years Of CS At Brown

As the department approaches its silver anniversary, Brown CS is making a comprehensive effort to document our early history online and in print. Our themes are the intellectual daring of our academic home, the making of things never before imagined, and the spirit of community that’s guided the entire effort. Throughout, our storytellers will ...

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John Savage Appointed To Rhode Island's First Cybersecurity Commission

Brown University's Department of Computer Science congratulates Professor John Savage and thanks him for his public service at a decisive moment in our state's history. Governor Gina M. Raimondo has just signed an Executive Order establishing Rhode Island's first Cybersecurity Commission, and John will be one of its founding members.

"We must ...

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State Magazine Recognizes Jefferson Science Fellow John Savage

State Magazine, a monthly publication of the U.S. Department of State, has just highlighted John Savage among several prominent Jefferson Science Fellows, citing his efforts in having "[created] new courses on international affairs and technology, advised students on ways to combine science with public service and developed new research partnerships and directions". (John received ...

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Multistakeholder Governance For The Global Internet

by Kevin Stacey (Science News Officer, Physical Sciences)

It’s taken just a few decades for the Internet to sweep the globe as an economic, cultural, and political force. The question now is how and by whom should this border-spanning technology be governed. John Savage, professor of computer science at Brown University, addressed the issue ...