The Department of Criminology received $79,200 from Cyber Florida to fund the Cybercrime Interdisciplinary Behavioral Research Laboratory (CIBR Lab). George Burruss, PhD, who directs CIBR Lab, said the money will be used to fund three graduate students who will manage various research projects and help develop research tools to study the problem of cybercrime and online victimization. Lab-affiliated faculty from the Department of Criminology and other disciplines work with undergraduate and graduate students to teach research and analysis skills. The lab is open to students from any major interested in cyber criminology and cybersecurity. Information about joining can be found on the lab’s website.
CIBR Lab receives grant from Cyber Florida
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