Latest Cybersecurity News & Events

The Federal Trade Commission has published the keynote address that FTC Bureau of Consumer Protection Director Samuel Levine gave at the 2022 Cybersecurity & Privacy Protection Conference held at CSU C|M|LAW in May. His remarks provided details on a number of significant policy developments in the Commission's approach to protecting consumer data privacy and security.

The Gula Tech Foundation selected Cleveland State University's Center for Cybersecurity & Privacy Protection as the third-place winner in its $1 million 

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that CSU C|M|LAW Adjunct Professor Kirk Herath has been appointed to the role of Cybersecurity Strategic Advisor, a new position created within his administration. Herath will guide Ohio’s wide-ranging cybersecurity efforts across agencies, including the Adjutant General’s Office, the Ohio Department of Administrative Services, and the Ohio Department of Public Safety.

Professor Brian Ray will lead a research project to design and pilot a training program and student clinic to conduct data privacy and equity impact assessments for surveillance technologies that was recently selected for a $90,000 grant by the New America Foundation. Ray is partnering on the project with Drs.

Professor Brian Ray was part of a team consisting of Case Western Reserve University faculty members and Cleveland Clinic researchers who recently submitted a proposal in to the National Science Foundation’s Predictive Intelligence for Pandemic Prevention (PIPP) initiative.

CSU Cleveland-Marshall College of Law’s Center for Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection Advisory Board member and CyberOhio Chair Kirk Herath led a small group of experts, including Center Director Professor Brian Ray and two other Center Board members, Tim Opsitnick, and Spence Witten, in drafting Ohio’s landmark privacy bill that was announced at a July 13 press conference by Ohio Lt

The International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) recent international survey of academic privacy programs listed Cleveland State University’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law's Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Certificate as one of only five such programs offered by a U.S. law school. The information is presented in IAPP’s inaugural issue of “Privacy and Data Protection in Academia, A Global Guide to Curricula

This recognition comes on the heels of the IAPP's announcement that CSU Cleveland-Marshall was selected as one of 33 academic institutions across the world participating in the Westin Privacy Scholar Award Program.

The International Association of Privacy Professionals recently selected Cleveland State University’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law to become one of thirty-three academic institutions across the world participating in the Westin Privacy Scholar Award Program.