The Center for Advanced Research on Emerging Technologies (CARET) seeks to identify and develop practical cybersecurity solutions for individuals and organizations with limited budgets and knowledge of computers. On-going research efforts are underway to study the needs and vulnerabilities of government contractors, healthcare organizations, and schools. The impact of CMMC, NIST SP 800-171, and other cybersecurity requirements on small to mid-sized government contractors is an area of special focus.
TCR presented “Comprehensive Survey of Immuno-oncology Clinical Studies in ClinicalTrials.gov” at the New York Academy of Science’s Frontiers in Cancer Immunotherapy conference on May 14th, 2019
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