Security Economics Laboratory
- Tyler Moore (PI): "CAREER: Developing Robust Longitudinal Indicators and Early Warnings of Cybercrime". National Science Foundation. July 2017 - June 2022.
- Tyler Moore (PI): "The Economics of Cybersecurity Research Data Sharing". US Department of Homeland Security. Duration: April 2017 - April 2018
- Tyler Moore (PI) and Neil Gandal (PI): "Shocks to and Security in the Bitcoin Ecosystem: An Interdisciplinary Approach". Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center. Duration: August 2015 - September 2017.
- Tyler Moore (PI) and Frederick Chang (co-PI): "Structured Interviews and Field Studies to Identify How Firms Manage Cybersecurity Investment". IBM. Duration: January - October 2015.
- Tyler Moore (PI) and Joshua Rovner (co-PI): "EAGER: Exploring Trade-offs in Cyber Offense and Defense Through the Lenses of Computer and Political Science". National Science Foundation. Duration: September 2014 - September 2016.
- Tyler Moore (PI) and Michel van Eeten (PI): "Increasing the Impact of Voluntary Action Against Cybercrime". US Department of Homeland Security-Dutch NWO. Duration: July 2014 - June 2017.
- Nicolas Christin (PI), Alessandro Acquisti (co-PI), Ross Anderson (co-PI), and Tyler Moore (co-PI): "Understanding and Disrupting the Economics of Cybercrime". US Department of Homeland Security. Duration: October 2012 - September 2016.
StopBadware is a non-profit organization committed to making the web safer by countering malware. It was founded at Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet and Society, and after a stint as a standalone 501c3, StopBadware is now a program of the Security Economics Lab at TU. StopBadware helps webmasters who have been caught up in cybercrime get their systems cleaned. The data collected by the organization also serves as useful input to the research conducted by the Security Economics Lab and researchers across the world.