CCI leads the race to protect California’s industry, commerce, and critical infrastructure from cyberthreats. This mission includes applied research to innovate solutions that act as force multipliers for today’s resource-constrained security teams.
2021 Program Snapshot
have contributed funding, expertise, and resources.
13 Sponsored Programs
focused on cybersecurity innovation, workforce development, and national defense.
30+ student interns
collaborating on interdisciplinary teams to gain Learn by Doing experience.
CCI applied research brings together key public and private partners to fast-track cybersecurity innovation.
THE WILLIAM & FLORA HEWLETT FOUNDATION
Along with 53 other grantees, CCI is helping to cultivate thoughtful, multidisciplinary solutions to complex cyber challenges by developing a talent pipeline and community awareness.
Defense Manufacturing Community Support Program
With support from the DoD through the CADENCE grant, CCI — in collaboration with the DxHub and Cal Poly CubeSat — provides innovation, digital transformation and cybersecurity to the United States Space Force and Vandenberg Air Force Base.
Supply chain cybersecurity
In efforts to strengthen cybersecurity defense for national security, CCI is partnering with over 20 organizations under the Department of Defense to conduct space innovation challenges at DxHub, host national summits, and create digital literacy training for space industry workers.
Threat Intel Journal
A research journal in which academia and industry collaborate on real-world research that shapes and influences the future. Individual skills, technology, training, best practices, and more come together in this Cal Poly “Learn by Doing” model.
The primary goal of the Digital Transformation Hub (DxHub) is to provide real-world problem-solving experiences to students by immersing them in the application of proven innovation methods in combination with the latest technologies to solve important challenges in the public sector.
Browse various CCI research publications that have resulted from past research and development projects.