The 18th Annual Colloquium - Weekend Workshops

Cyber Competitions for the Instructors

Fee: $50 per session
Instructor: Dan Manson, Mark Hufe, David Durkee
Duration: Two ½ day afternoon sessions, June 14th & 15th
Venue: Conference Hotel

Description:
Two ½ day afternoon session covering a different type of Cyber Competition during each session. These sessions can be taken together or as individual stand alone classes.

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Hacking & Analysis

Fee: $200 (2 days)
Instructor: Jesse Varsalone
Duration: 2 days, June 14th & 15th
Venue: Conference Hotel

Description:
The Hacking and Analysis course will cover Network Forensics, Ethical Hacking, and Malware Analysis. This is an advanced course that will cover many of the common attacks used by hackers to exploit systems, such as SQL injection, Spear Phishing and Buffer Overflows. The instructor will perform a live demonstration of these techniques and will show you how to create, pack, and deploy malware in a realistic network environment, and then view possible artifacts left on the system.

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Mapping Curriculum to NSA, DE3, NIST/NICE

Fee: $100
Instructor: Susan Sands
Duration: ½ day session, June 14th
Venue: Conference Hotel

Description:
NSA and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) jointly sponsor the National Centers of Academic Excellence in IA/CD programs. The goal of these programs is to reduce vulnerability in our national information infrastructure by promoting higher education and research in IA/CD and producing a growing number of professionals with IA/CD expertise in various disciplines.

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Teaching Secure Coding in Introductory Programming Courses

Fee: $50
Instructor: Blair Taylor, Siddharth Kaza
Duration: 1/2 day session, June 15th
Venue: Conference Hotel

Description:
The ACM Computer Science (CS) 2013 curriculum includes Information Assurance and Security as a pervasive knowledge area. However, introducing security in lower level courses is challenging because of lack of appropriate teaching resources and training. We will introduce attendees to secure coding through hands-on exercises, and provide self-contained, lab-based modules designed to be injected into CS0-CS2 with minimal impact on the courses (www.towson.edu/securityinjections).

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The K-12 Cyber Security Workshop: Inspiring Youth to Pursue Cyber Security Careers

Fee: $100
Instructor: Davina Pruitt-Mentle, Alec Yasinsac
Duration: All day sessions, June 15th
Venue: Conference Hotel

Description:
The K-12 Cyber Security workshop provides a forum for communication and professional development. This session will bring together educators experienced in integrated K-12 Cyber Security and educators that seek to develop or enhance their skills in providing Cyber Security K-12 content. The workshop is coordinated by Dr. Davina Pruitt-Mentle (National CyberWatch Center) and Dr. Alec Yasinsac (University of South Alabama) to ensure a continuity in presentations and connection to current standards. All day session, June 15, 2014 at the conference hotel.

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