Welcome to the
Cybersecurity Innovation & Research Center
The Cybersecurity Innovation and Research Center is an interdisciplinary, state-of-the-art Center that trains students to detect and defend against cybercrime and create partnerships between industry, government, and education to analyze threats, strengthen network security, and mitigate the economic impact of cybercrime.
• Provides innovative, hands-on educational opportunities using sophisticated technology and
simulation software to create hyper-realistic cyberattack scenarios.
• Collaborates with industry, government, and other academic institutions to promote cybersecurity
research projects with multiple applications.
• Is a training and educational resource for the New York metropolitan region by providing workshops
for K-12 students through working professionals which create a pipeline to fill the growing demand for a well-educated cybersecurity workforce across all industries.
The Center is a joint project of the Fred DeMatteis School of Engineering and Applied Science and the Frank G. Zarb School of Business.
The Center is equipped with cutting-edge technology and simulation software to create hyper-realistic cyberattack scenarios. It features 36 computers, a separate server room, and status boards on the walls that students use to manage the operations of a cybersecurity exhibition or share ideas and information.
It is one of the only academic ‘war room’ facilities in the New York metropolitan area with a cyber range, an immersive, virtual experience that replicates the high-pressure environment of an attack and allows students to work through it in real time, from detection and response to repair and recovery.
Hofstra-CyberRange-MicroFocus 2022 Threat Hunt Learning Camp and Competition
Hofstra is partnering with Cyber-range and Microfocus for a learning camp and competition on threat/vulnerability hunt. We are inviting 10 student participants. Each student will receive a competition award ranging between $400 to $600 (depending on how many threats you've found). If you are interested please fill out the application form (there are two technical questions in the application form. Please email Dr. Xiang Fu (Xiang.Fu@hofstra.edu) if you have any questions.
2022 Long Island Capture the Flag Competition
Friday, May 6, 2022
Hofstra University and (ISC)2 Long Island Chapter will host the 2022 Long Island Capture the Flag Competition (LICTF’2022) at Hofstra University’s Cybersecurity Innovation and Research Center (CV STARR 108)
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UNDERGRADUATE | GRADUATE
- Hofstra WiCyS Club
- Papers: Aman Luthra, James Cavanaugh, Hugo Renzzo Oclese, Rina M. Hirsch, Xiang Fu: ZeroAUDIT. ACSAC 2020: 798-812 (https://dl.acm.org/doi/10.1145/3427228.3427249)
- Sample Student Projects: Michael Raymond
- Course List:
Dr. Xiang Fu
Professor of Computer Science
Dr. Hak J. Kim
Associate Professor of Information Systems and Business Analytics
Chair of the Department of Information Systems and Business Analytics
Dr. Krishnan Pillaipakkamnatt
Professor of Computer Science
Dr. Angeliki Zavou
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Dr. Lian Duan
Dr. Jinguan Li
Dr. Alexander Pelaez
Dr. Tong Wu
Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Business Analytics
Location: CV Starr 108