Working-group on Applied Security & Privacy
The Working-group on Applied Security & Privacy at UC Santa Cruz is a research division embedded within the well established Storage Systems Research Center. WASP is an applied security group building off of SSRC's existing work in storage-related security issues to address a more diverse range of security needs.
WASP is focused on research in applied security, addressing issues in ensuring that real-world systems remain secure. Our research focuses on identifying security problems that arise despite the use of modern cryptographic techniques, and managing risks that threaten to compromise computer systems.
The WASP is part of the Storage System Research Center and the Jack Baskin School of Engineering at the University of California, Santa Cruz. It includes faculty and students from the Computer Science, and Computer Engineering departments. We also collaborate with researchers at other institutions, including the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey.
Prospective graduate students
Applications for graduate school at UC Santa Cruz are due at the end of each calendar year. We have lots of information available online for prospective graduate students.
Learn more about the WASP
There are many ways to learn more about the WASP and the research we're doing here at UC Santa Cruz.
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