Our areas of leadership:

Cybersecurity research

Exploring our tomorrows

IU conducts broad scholarly research to investigate emerging trends and issues.

  • The Ostrom Workshop seeks to build upon the theme of governance to understand and address major societal problems.

Academic programs

Educating the next generation

IU provides multiple avenues of study for those interested in cybersecurity.  

  • The Kelley School of Business provides multiple cybersecurity academic programs, including a digital badge program, a cybersecurity management certificate, undergraduate programs, and graduate degrees.
  • The Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering offers technology-focused undergraduate programs, graduate certificates, and graduate degrees.
  • The Maurer School of Law offers graduate certificates in cybersecurity law and policy and privacy law and policy
  • IU's unique interdisciplinary Masters degree in cybersecurity risk management can be completed 100% online.

Operational services

Meeting today's challenges

IU leads nationally-recognized services addressing the unique needs of research and education.

Watch this overview of IU's leading cybersecurity academic programs and operational services.

Serving IU, Indiana, and the nation:

Protecting the Hoosier state

Security Matters Cybercamps All things cybersecurity for high school students.

I-light Indiana’s high-speed fiber optic research and education network.

IU Cybersecurity Clinic Training for local and state organizations.

PACT A partnership with Naval Surface Warfare Division, Crane.

Election Security Training to help secure the Hoosier vote.

Providing national leadership

CACR IU's Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research.

GlobalNOC Supporting national, international, and regional R&E networks.

Trusted CI  The National Science Foundation Cybersecurity Center of Excellence.

ResearchSOC  Cybersecurity for the nation’s greatest research.