CyLab proposes improved, consumer-friendly broadband “nutrition” labels Opens in new window
CyLab researchers have conducted a large-scale user study of more than 2,500 participants, uncovering the information most important to consumers shopping for broadband internet service and determining what terminology and presentation formats make this information most understandable and useful.
CyLab presents IoT privacy and security label research at White House summit Opens in new window
Carnegie Mellon University CyLab Security and Privacy Institute took part in the White House’s Internet of Things (IoT) security summit to discuss what’s needed to foster an effective IoT security labeling ecosystem.
iPhone security compromises prove difficult to detect Opens in new window
Mobile phones can be abused to enable stalking through methods like location tracking, account compromise, and remote surveillance. While experts can help victims detect and recover from this type of technology abuse, researchers at Carnegie Mellon's CyLab Security and Privacy Institute say typical users aren't equipped to identify and resolve these issues on their own.
CMU launches initiative to transform nanosatellite capabilities Opens in new window
Researchers at CMU’s College of Engineering are working to develop computationally capable constellations of nanosatellites, equipped with machine learning techniques that extract valuable insights from the data while still in orbit.
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