This NSA granted curriculum development project focuses on two security areas: Enterprise Risk and Mobile Security. Motivation and Background With the rapidly increasing role of technology in society and the increasing cybersecurity threat, industry and government have a great need to scale cybersecurity leadership and governance. In turn, there is a great need for educators […]
The goal of the 2013 – 2016 NSF “Bridging the Cybersecurity Leadership Gap: Assessment, Competencies and Capacity Building” project is to help address the cybersecurity leadership gap developing Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) core competencies.
The objective of this NSF-funded project (NSF Award #1623653) is to develop and provide focused and context specific cybersecurity leadership education and training for city and county governments.
The threat of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks has been well-recognized in the data networking world for two decades. Such attacks are orchestrated by sets of networked hosts that collectively act to disrupt or deny access to information, communications or computing capabilities, generally by exhausting critical resources such as bandwidth, processor capacity or memory […]
The main goal of the project is to enhance the cyber security of digital devices, such as Embedded and Mission‐Specific Devices (EMSD), by developing a monitor capable of detecting attackers by analyzing involuntary analog emissions across a variety of modalities, including power consumption, electromagnetic, and acoustic emissions.