Research

Be catalysts in pushing and motivating cybersecurity for smart manufacturing




Community

Build a community of curious, engaged, and global enthusiasts and experts in being at forefront of manufacturing cybersecurity.



Foundations

Bringing together expertise in smart manufacturing with cybersecurity experts.




Leadership

Led by Texas A&M University, New York University, City University of New York, Prairie View A&M University and University of Delaware, along with multiple industry and collaborative partners.

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The main objectives of the DDCRIS project are:

  • To create a research infrastructure that can support the development and evaluation of data-driven cybersecurity solutions for smart manufacturing.

  • To foster a community of CISE researchers who can collaborate and exchange ideas, data, codes, resources, and tools for smart manufacturing cybersecurity.

  • To advance the state-of-the-art in smart manufacturing cybersecurity by addressing the challenges and opportunities in this emerging field.

  • To enhance the education and training of the next generation of CISE professionals and students in smart manufacturing cybersecurity.

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