Security has varying degrees of importance and endless applications: from idioglossia and encrypted message passing to padlock combinations and nuclear codes. At the heart of all these applications is information. Throughout history, people have developed new ways to share information with only the intended audience keeping those on the outside from learning what is shared. With the emergence of the Information Age and the constant improvements to performance and capabilities in computing, protecting information is more crucial than ever. It is estimated that 51% of the world’s population is connected to the Internet, making cyber security invaluable at both the consumer and industry sectors in addition to the government and military. The Information and Intelligent Security Lab has been established to investigate new methods of securing information, educating its members and enabling the implementation of emerging technologies to create more intelligent solutions.