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.edu, Partner or Pariah: A New Paradigm for University/Community Partnerships in Cyber Security
Author:
Gregory White, Ph.D., Timothy Goles, Ph.D.
Date:
01 July 2004
A Draft Model Curriculum for Programs of Study in Information Security and Assurance
Author:
Michael E. Whitman, Ph.D., Herbert J. Mattord
Date:
01 July 2004
Beyond Compliance: Cultural Change Enabling Transformation to a IT Security-Focused Culture through Communications
Author:
Ellen C. Roth
Date:
01 July 2004
Designing a Computer Forensics Course for an Information Assurance Track
Author:
Barbara Endicott-Popovsky, V. M. Popovsky, Deb Frincke
Date:
01 July 2004
Electronic Forensics Education Needs of Law Enforcement
Author:
Helen Armstrong, Phillip Russo
Date:
01 July 2004
Embedding Industry Standards within the Undergraduate IT Security Curriculum: An Australian Implementation
Author:
Dr. Jill Slay
Date:
01 July 2004
Event Data Exchange and Intrusion Alert Correlation in Heterogeneous Networks
Author:
Antti Hätälä, Camillo Särs, Ronja Addams-Moring, Teemupekka Virtanen
Date:
01 July 2004
Implementation and Lessons Learned from an Undergraduate Special Interest Group in Information Assurance
Author:
Gregory Conti, Daniel Ragsdale, Scott Lathrop, Christopher Gates
Date:
01 July 2004
Information Assurance Capacity Building: A Case Study
Author:
Naomi Falby, J. D. Fulp, Paul C. Clark, R. Scott Cote, Cynthia E. Irvine, George W. Dinolt, Timothy E. Levin, Matthew Rose, Deborah Shifflett
Date:
01 July 2004
Infosec Education and Expert Witnessing
Author:
William J. Caelli, Caroline L. Allinson
Date:
01 July 2004
Infrastructure Assurance: The New “I” in Information Assurance Education
Author:
Aaron J. Ferguson, Ph.D.
Date:
01 July 2004
Is it Safe? Information Security Education: Are We Teaching a Dangerous Subject?
Author:
Patricia Y. Logan, Ph.D., Allen Clarkson
Date:
01 July 2004
Preparing the next generation of SE students for a brave new world: Making the case for an early introduction of ISSE
Author:
Susan Hansche
Date:
01 July 2004
Teaching Computer Forensics: Uniting Practice with Intellect
Author:
Colin Armstrong, Nimal Jayaratna
Date:
01 July 2004
Teaching Information Security Policy
Author:
Herbert J. Mattord, Michael E. Whitman, Ph.D.
Date:
01 July 2004
The Success of the UT IEEE Communications Society
Author:
George Chamles, Adam Pridgen
Date:
01 July 2004
 
 
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