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A Multidisciplinary Project Studio: Designing Secure Electronic Commerce Systems
Author:
Annie I. Antón, Julia B. Earp
Date:
01 June 2002
A Public Health Education Approach to Computer Security Education
Author:
Jane Jorgensen
Date:
01 June 2002
Building a Rigorous Foundation for Assurance into Information Assurance Education
Author:
Susan Older, Shiu-Kai Chin
Date:
01 June 2002
Building an information assurance laboratory for graduate-level education
Author:
LTC Craig E. Kaucher, John H. Saunders, Ph.D.
Date:
01 June 2002
CAP A Software Tool for Teaching Classical Cryptology
Author:
Dr. Richard Spillman
Date:
01 June 2002
Developing an Academic Security Laboratory
Author:
Alec Yasinsac, Jennifer Frazier, Marion Bogdanov
Date:
01 June 2002
Driving Home the Buffer Overflow Problem: A Training Module for Programmers and Managers
Author:
Jedidiah R. Crandall, Susan L. Gerhart, Jan G. Hogle
Date:
01 June 2002
Information Ethics and Social Issues in the Undergraduate Computer Science Curriculum: A Curriculum Development and Implementation Report
Author:
Melissa J. Dark, Ahmad Ghafarian, M. A. Saheb, Jesse Yu
Date:
01 June 2002
Internet Security Management - a New Postgraduate Program in Australia
Author:
Helen Armstrong, Nimal Jayaratna
Date:
01 June 2002
Law Enforcement Challenges in Digital Forensics
Author:
Greg Roberts
Date:
01 June 2002
Promoting an Information Security Program via a Student Organization
Author:
Andrew Hintz
Date:
01 June 2002
Relearning "Trusted Systems" in an Age of NIIP: Lessons from the Past for the Future
Author:
William J. Caelli
Date:
01 June 2002
Simulation Approaches in Information Security Education
Author:
John H. Saunders
Date:
01 June 2002
 
 
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