Trusted CI is pleased to have partners join with us to improve the cybersecurity of National Science Foundation (NSF) science and engineering projects. Trusted CI collaborates with:
The Science Gateways Community Institute (SGCI) by advising gateway developers on cybersecurity issues and providing security reviews for existing gateways
The Engagement and Performance Operations Center (EPOC) to assist at the intersection of networking performance and cybersecurity
EU Authentication and Authorisation for Research and Collaboration project on enabling use of identity federations for international research collaborations
The Software Sustainability Institute by sharing best practices on software engineering and operating a CI center
The ResearchSOC provides operational services to the research community. Trusted CI and the ResearchSOC share leadership and coordinate to provide the NSF community with comprehensive cybersecurity leadership and resources.
The CI COE Pilot project to share experiences on engaging the NSF community and advise on cybersecurity aspects of cyberinfrastructure
The Cal Poly Pomona Scholarship for Service project to support workforce development in cybersecurity
The EDUCAUSE Cybersecurity Program, led by the Higher Education Information Security Council (HEISC), supports higher education institutions as they improve information security governance, compliance, data protection, and privacy programs.
Trusted CI and WISE share a common goal to support research through the development of appropriate cybersecurity practices balanced with the research mission. Through close collaboration, the groups will ensure that cybersecurity frameworks, templates, and policies for our international infrastructures for research will grow increasingly aligned and framework implementations more interoperable.
FABRIC on cybersecurity transition to practice