Center for Cybersecurity and Trustworthy Systems
This center serves as a meeting space and facilitator for inter- and trans-disciplinary research and educational collaborations in areas related to the safety and security of computer, information, and cyber-physical systems.
An NSA/DHS National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Research (CAE-R)
Welcome to the Center for Cybersecurity and Trustworthy Systems at Kansas State University.
Information assurance is not a separate area of computer science. Rather, it is the practice of securing information and systems across the broad spectrum of computing systems, network systems, applications, and information storage.
The mission of the Center is to conduct fundamental and applied research in information assurance and computer security, advance the knowledge base of our BS, MS, and PhD students in computer science, information systems, and software engineering in information assurance, and engage the professional community in collaborative efforts that support the understanding, operation, and development of secure software systems that pervade our society.
Top News and Stories
- The Center has been renamed to avoid the "CISA" acronym collision. It is now the Center for Cybersecurity and Trustworthy Systems.
- The Kansas Board of Regents has approved the Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity degree.
- Behind the Code: K-State researchers are working behind the code to navigate the new world of cybersecurity and to keep our data, our infrastructure and our world safe.
- The Kansas State University Cyber Defense Club earned second place in the Iowa State University National Cyber Defense Competition.
- The K-State Foundation highlights Arslan Munir, professor in Computer Science, cybersecurity research on autonomous vehicles, Internet of things, and defense.
- NSF funds more than $3 million over the next five years to the CyberCorps®: Scholarships for Service program at Kansas State University.