The Purdue University Technical Assistance Program (TAP) provides high-value solutions to increase profitability for business, and to improve the productivity of the state and local government. Operating from eight statewide offices, the program utilizes Purdue University faculty, students, and staff.
In order to advance our mission and serve Indiana, cyberTAP was developed to meet the growing demand for cyber services and education. This assistance is to address an acute need with a discrete solution. The need may be to determine what to fix, how to fix it, where to start, or where to go. The solution may take the form of guidance, analysis, or validation. Projects are carried out in a professional and confidential manner; we strive for accuracy and quality in all we do.
Guided by best practices and systems thinking, cyberTAP partners with your organization to develop efficient, reliable cybersecurity and support IT practices designed for sustainable change. Our core team of security professionals comes with a wide range of educational and technology backgrounds, and industry certifications from (ISC)2, SANS Information Security & Research, and the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA).