Research - Center for Cyber Warfare
Our research program is integral to the Center's mission. The Center's research goals are:
- Facilitate and conduct targeted research supporting Navy and DoD systems and applications
- Deliver proof-of-concept research outcomes in novel areas that support critical future capabilities
- Support technically rich, effective academic programs
These strategic goals are formulated so that the activities of the Center provide the Navy, DoD, and Government communities with research and educational outcomes that advance the state-of-the-art in Cyber Warfare, and, ultimately, have profound and enduring impacts on the missions of the U.S. Navy, Department of Defense, and Intelligence Community.
The CCW facilitates symposia, tutorials, and technical mini-tracks at cyber security conferences. The CCW can also provide guest speakers for cyber security panels and workshops. Submit your bio or technical cyber security paper to our main contact email to be considered for future events such as the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) Cross-Functional Cyber Security Panel and The Science and Engineering of Cyber Systems Mini-track.
HICSS-53 Papers are available here (open access).
The overview presentation and submitted speaker bios for the HICSS-53 Perspectives on Holistic Cyber Security symposium are available here.
CCW and NPS research and laboratory resources include:
- 6,000 sq.ft. of Unclassified research space
- 10,000+ sq.ft. of SCI facility space
- Support for SAP and ECI programs
- Robust IC network connectivity
- NSAnet (Both CORP, NSACSS domains)
- DODIIS (JWICS)
- NSTS telephones