Want to work with CLTC on the future of cybersecurity? We recently opened a number of job postings for current doctoral candidates, post–doctoral scholars, visiting scholars, and staff researchers who wish to spend at least six months in residence at Berkeley and that are interested in working collaboratively with CLTC and Berkeley researchers on our research agenda.
The UC Berkeley School of Information (I School) is now accepting applications for a new, online Master of Information and Cybersecurity (MICS) program, also known as cybersecurity@berkeley. The Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity is working in collaboration with the I School and the UC Berkeley College of Engineering to launch this new program.
CLTC is proud to announce the recipients of our 2018 research grants. In total, 37 research initiatives will share a total of over $1 million, with funding focused on four priority areas: machine learning and artificial intelligence, building the cyber-talent pipeline, improving cybersecurity governance, and protecting vulnerable online populations.