We defend our borders, and coastline, and airspace. And now our cyberspace, too. As commerce and government—and even military operations—move onto digital networks, we have vital cyber targets to protect. Researchers at the University at Buffalo, supported by the Department of Defense, are building coordinated attack models, intention recognition algorithms, and detection algorithms capable of correlating the separate moves of individual attackers, all to counter distributed coordinated cyber attacks. This new battlefield may be virtual, but with stakes this high, it’s no game. This is just one of the many ways the University at Buffalo is doing its part to take the nation’s homeland security to new levels. To learn more about this www.cse.buffalo.edu.