SCS Group funding

Many of our group's activities made possible by support from the Stanford Computer Forum Affiliates.

Some research is made possible by gifts from Google.

Some research is funded by the DARPA Clean-Slate Design of Resilient, Adaptive, Secure Hosts (CRASH) program, BAA-10-70, under under contract #N66001-10-2-4088 (Bridging the Security Gap with Decentralized Information Flow Control).

Some research is funded by the DARPA Clean-Slate Design of Resilient, Adaptive, Secure Hosts (CRASH) program, BAA-10-70, under under contract #N66001-10-2-4089 (CANDOR: Clean-Slate System Integrity using Selective Redo).

Some research is funded by NSF award CNS-1040190 (FIA: Collaborative Research: NEBULA: A Future Internet That Supports Trustworthy Cloud Computing).

Some research is funded by NSF Cybertrust awards CNS-0716806 and CNS-1052985 (CT-T: A Clean-Slate Infrastructure for Information Flow Control).

Some publications are based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. CNS-0627112 (NeTS-FIND: Designing Secure Networks from the Ground up).

Some research was supported by a gift from Lightspeed Venture Partners.

Some research is funded by a joint NSF Cybertrust and DARPA grant, CNS-0430425 (CT-T: Securing Untrusted Software with Interposition), and was initially funded by DARPA seedlings under contracts #MDA972-03-P-0015 and #FA8750-04-1-0090.

Some publications are based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. ANI-0225660 (Project IRIS).

Some publications are based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. CCR-0093361 (Secure UNtrusted Data Repository).

Some research was funded by the DARPA Composable High Assurance Trusted Systems program (BAA #01-24), under contract #N66001-01-1-8927.

From 2002-2006, David Mazières was partially supported by Alfred P. Sloan research fellowship No. BR 4169.

Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in publications arising from this research are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation or any other funding agency.