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A Critical Analysis of the Centers of Academic Excellence Program
Author:
Matt Bishop, Carol Taylor
Date:
01 July 2009
A Framework for Modeling Security Measures
Author:
Keith Harrison, Gregory White
Date:
01 July 2009
AEGIS: A Pedagogical Tool for Vulnerability and Patch Management
Author:
Madhusudhanan Chandrasekaran, Shambhu Upadhyaya, Newton Campbell Jr., Horus Alkebulan Jr.
Date:
01 July 2009
An Analysis of the State of Cyber Security Education in America
Author:
W.V. Maconachy, Ph.D., Jennifer Duryea, Peter Starland
Date:
01 July 2009
Case Study: Using Security Awareness to Combat the Advanced Persistent Threat
Author:
Allen M. Smith, Nancy Y. Toppel
Date:
01 July 2009
CNSS Mapping for IA Lab Exercises
Author:
Ronald C. Dodge Jr., Helen Armstrong
Date:
01 July 2009
Computer Security-focused Programming Assignments in Foundational CS Courses
Author:
Kara Nance, Brian Hay
Date:
01 July 2009
Cooperative Information Assurance Capacity Building
Author:
Claude Turner, Harry Hochheiser, Jinjuan Feng, Blair Taylor, Jonathan Lazar, Azene Zenebe, Shiva Azadegan, Mike O’Leary
Date:
01 July 2009
Cross-site Security Integration: Preliminary Experiences across Curricula and Institutions
Author:
Blair Taylor, Harry Hochheiser, Shiva Azadegan, Michael O’Leary
Date:
01 July 2009
Development of an Interdisciplinary Information Technology Auditing Program
Author:
Chienting Lin, Li-Chiou Chen
Date:
01 July 2009
Engaging Students through an Information Assurance Exercise
Author:
William Conkling, Lieutenant Colonel George Trawick, J.A. “Drew” Hamilton, Jr.
Date:
01 July 2009
Giving Failure a Place in Information Security: Teaching Students to Use the Post- Mortem as a Way to Improve Security
Author:
Patricia Logan, Ph.D., Tracy Christofero, Ph.D.
Date:
01 July 2009
In Pursuit of Excellence: An Emerging National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education – The Case of New Jersey City University
Author:
John W. Collins Jr., Tsung (Bill) Soo Hoo, Ph.D., Michael Krantz, Ph.D.
Date:
01 July 2009
Information Assurance Awareness: Partnership between Students and Community
Author:
Helen Schneider, Loren Wagner
Date:
01 July 2009
Information Systems Security Education at Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico
Author:
Houssain Kettani
Date:
01 July 2009
Injecting Information Security in Core CS Courses: Methods, Challenges, and Impact
Author:
Mohamed R. Chouchane
Date:
01 July 2009
Integrating Security Into an Undergraduate Course on Software Engineering
Author:
Richard Gary Epstein
Date:
01 July 2009
Integration of IA Research into an Undergraduate Capstone Class
Author:
Mark Bannister, Jason Zeller, Keyu Jiang
Date:
01 July 2009
News and Notes
Author:
Richard Gary Epstein
Date:
01 July 2009
Providing an Undergraduate Research Experience in a Senior Level Security Course
Author:
Dino Schweitzer, Jeff Boleng, Steven Hadfield
Date:
01 July 2009
Strengthening the Weakest Link: Organizational Cyber -Defense Team Training
Author:
Duke Ayers
Date:
01 July 2009
Teaching Secure Software Development with Vulnerability Assessments
Author:
Bei-Tseng Chu, Will Stranathan, James Cody, Jonathan Peterson, Adam Wenner, HuiMing Yu
Date:
01 July 2009
The Design and Lessons of the ASCENT Security Teaching Lab
Author:
Jun-Won Ho, Nayantara Mallesh, Matthew Wright
Date:
01 July 2009
Undergraduate Research in Wireless Sensor Security Course
Author:
Sumita Mishra, Yin Pan, Tae (Tom) Oh
Date:
01 July 2009
 
 
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