Faculty and students are encouraged to join one of WPI’s Cybersecurity research groups:
- The Applied Logic & Security group, explores various problems related to security and applied logic, including research on privacy, network security, software engineering, software verification, security, and programming languages.
- The Vernam Group
As part of WPI’s Computer Science department, the Cybersecurity program has excellent laboratories, research spaces, and teaching facilities available for faculty members and students alike.
Fuller is home to the Computer Science Department, as well as the Computing and Communications Center and Academic Technology Center. It serves as the heart of WPI’s high-speed computer network, and contains several general access labs filled with Unix workstations, high-power PCs, Macs, laser printers, and other computer equipment.
Applied Logic and Security Group (ALAS) Laboratory
The ALAS Lab has all the necessary equipment for researchers to collaborate on various problems related to security and applied logic, including issues of privacy, network security, software engineering, software verification, and programming languages.