The IU Cybersecurity community
IU has taken a leadership role addressing difficult cybersecurity challenges through its unique operational, research, academic, and workforce development initiatives. CACR is a proud member of the university’s cybersecurity community, which includes:
- Trusted CI
- Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering
- Kelley School of Business
- Maurer School of Law
- Ostrom Workshop
- University Information Policy Office
- University Information Security Office
It is these programs, and their extensive collaborations, that have made IU an acknowledged “quiet powerhouse” in cybersecurity for higher education and research. Led by Rob Lowden, vice president for information technology and CIO, IU operates one of the most advanced cyber-infrastructures of any university in the world.
Learn more at leading.iu.edu.