The McCrary Institute seeks practical solutions to real-world problems, underpinned by research and scholarship. Founded in 2015 through a generous donation to Auburn University by the Alabama Power Foundation in honor of its retiring CEO and Auburn alumnus Charles D. McCrary, the Institute fuses theory with practice, and policy with technology, to protect and advance U.S. interests in the areas of cyber and critical infrastructure security.
The Institute’s approach and solutions are designed to enhance security across the public and private sectors. Read more about our Areas of Emphasis.
The Center for Cyber and Homeland Security is part of the McCrary Institute, and drives the policy component of the Institute’s work.
Proud to have Auburn's Frank J. Cilluffo— Mike Rogers (@RepMikeRogersAL) June 25, 2019
(Director of McCrary Institute for Cyber and Critical Infrastructure Security and Center for Cyber and Homeland Security at Auburn University) before the Cyber Security subcommittee today.
Thank you @AuburnCyber for hosting today’s 2019 State of Homeland Security Address. I spoke on the rapidly evolving security landscape and how we are transforming @DHSgov to stay one step ahead of our enemies. #SOHSA2019 https://t.co/R2cBbBTzKQ pic.twitter.com/0BAaa0bEvF— Sec. Kirstjen Nielsen (@SecNielsen) March 18, 2019