Trusted CI — the National Science Foundation Cybersecurity of Excellence
Principal Investigators and Site Leads
Additional LBNL Staff
The mission of Trusted CI — the National Science Foundation Cybersecurity of Excellence — is to improve the cybersecurity of NSF computational science and engineering projects, while allowing those projects to focus on their science endeavors.
As the National Science Foundation Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, Trusted CI draws on expertise from multiple internationally recognized institutions, including Indiana University, the University of Illinois, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center. Drawing on this expertise, Trusted CI collaborates with NSF-funded research organizations to focus on addressing the unique cybersecurity challenges faced by such entities. In addition to our leadership team, a world-class Trusted CI Advisory Committee adds its experience and a critical eye to the center’s strategic decision-making.
Read more at the Trusted CI center web site.
News about from LBNL’s involvement with this center:
Selected Trusted CI blog posts involving LBNL’s personnel:
Sean Peisert, “ Data Confidentiality Issues and Solutions in Academic Research Computing, Trusted CI Blog Post, September 10, 2020.
Anurag Shankar, “ Trusted CI Completes a Highly Successful Engagement with UC Berkeley,” Trusted CI Blog Post, July 21, 2020.
Publications resulting from LBNL’s involvement with Trusted CI:
Sean Peisert, “ An Examination and Survey of Data Confidentiality Issues and Solutions in Academic Research Computing,” Trusted CI Report, September 8, 2020.
Anurag Shankar, Andrew Adams, John Zage, and Sean Peisert, “ UC Berkeley Secure Research Data and Compute Platform,” Trusted CI Report, June 20, 2020.
Andrew K. Adams, Christopher Weaver, Jim Basney, Joe Breen, John Zage, Kay Avila, Lincoln Bryant, Mitchell Steinman, Reinhard Gentz, Robert Gardner, Sean Peisert, Shawn McKee, Tom Barton, “ Trusted CI SLATE Engagement — Final Report,” Trusted CI Report, January 6 2020.
Reinhard Gentz and Sean Peisert, “ An Examination and Survey of Random Bit Flips and Scientific Computing,” Trusted CI Report, December 20, 2019.
Andrew Adams, Kay Avila, Jim Basney, Dana Brunson, Robert Cowles, Jeannette Dopheide, Terry Fleury, Elisa Heymann, Florence Hudson, Craig Jackson, Ryan Kiser, Mark Krenz, Jim Marsteller, Barton P. Miller, Sean Peisert, Scott Russell, Susan Sons, Von Welch, John Zage, “ Trusted CI Experiences in Cybersecurity and Service to Open Science,” Proceedings of the Conference on Practice and Experience in Advanced Research Computing (PEARC), July 28-August 1, 2019. ACM.
Sean Peisert and Von Welch, “ The Open Science Cyber Risk Profile: The Rosetta Stone for Open Science and Cybersecurity,” IEEE Security & Privacy, 15(5), pp. 94–95, Sept./Oct. 2017.
Sean Peisert, Karen Stocks, and Von Welch, “ Helping Scientists Understand Research Cyber Risks,” UC IT Blog, September 20, 2017.
Sean Peisert, Von Welch, Andrew Adams, Michael Dopheide, Susan Sons, RuthAnne Bevier, Rich LeDuc, Pascal Meunier, Stephen Schwab, and Karen Stocks, Ilkay Altintas, James Cuff, Reagan Moore, and Warren Raquel, “ Open Science Cyber Risk Profile,” February 2017.