Website University of Maryland, College Park
A socio-technical approach to cybersecurity recognizes creating resilient information and critical infrastructures depends on knowledge of human, social, organizational, economic, institutional, and technical factors, as well as the complex interactions among them. Creating, maintaining, operating infrastructural systems that are resilient in the face of threats that include malicious attacks, random vandalism, natural disasters, and information warfare necessarily requires fundamental advances in our understanding of the socio-technical aspects of cybersecurity.
The UMD iSchool invites applications for an open rank tenure-track (Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor) position in socio-technical aspects of cybersecurity. For more information or to apply see: https://ejobs.umd.edu/postings/65528