Publications:


  1. Nance, K and Taylor, B., 2012. Teaching High School Students to Code Responsibly, Proceedings of the 16th Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education (CISSE 2012), Lake Buena Vista, FL.

  2. Nance, K. and Taylor, B. 2012. Using Security Injections to Increase Security and Safety Awareness While Teaching Students to Use Technology, Proceeding of the 24th International Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference (SITE 2012), Austin, Texas, USA; March 5-9, 2012

  3. Perez, L, Cooper, S., Hawthorne, E., Wetzel, S., Taylor, B., et al. Information assurance education in two- and four-year institutions, Proceedings of the 16th annual conference reports on Innovation and technology in computer science education – working group reports (ITiCSE 2011), Darmstadt, Germany, June 2011.

  4. Nance, K, Taylor, B., Dodge, R., Hay, B, “CREATING SHAREABLE SECURITY MODULES”, Proceedings of the Seventh World Conference on Information Security Education, Lucerne, Switzerland

  5. Turner, C., Taylor, B., Kaza, S. 2011. Security in Computer Literacy- A Model for Design, Dissemination, and Assessment, Proceedings of the 41st SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education,  Dallas, TX 2011.

  6. Taylor, B., Kaza, S. 2011. Security Injections: Modules to Help Students Remember, Understand, and Apply Secure Coding Techniques, Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (ITICSE 2011),  Darmstadt, Germany.

  7. Kaza, S., Taylor, B., Hochheiser, H., Azadegan, S., O’Leary, M. and Turner, C. 2010. Injecting Security in the Curriculum – Experiences in Effective Dissemination and Assessment Design. USA. Proceedings of the 14th Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education, Baltimore, MD 2010.

  8. Taylor, B., Hochheiser, H., O’Leary, M. & Azadegan, S., Cross-site Security Integration: Preliminary Experiences across Curricula and Institutions, Proceedings of the 13th Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education. Seattle, WA 2009. [Read]

  9. Turner, C. , Hochheiser, H., Feng, J., Taylor, B., Lazar, J., Zenebe, A. , Azadegan, S. & O’Leary, M., Cooperative Information Assurance Capacity Building, Proceedings of the 13th Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education. Seattle, WA 2009. [Read]

  10. Taylor, B. & Azadegan, S., Moving Beyond Security Tracks: Integrating Security in CS0 and CS1. Proceedings of the 38th SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education, Portland, OR, 2008. [Read]

  11. Taylor, B. & Azadegan, S., Teaching Security through Active Learning, Proceedings of Frontiers in Education: Computer Science and Engineering, Las Vegas, NV, 2007.

  12. Taylor, B. & Azadegan, S., Using Security Checklists and Scorecards in CS Curriculum, Proceedings of the 11th Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education. Boston, MA 2007. [Read]

  13. Taylor, B. & Azadegan, S., Threading Secure Coding Principles and Risk Analysis into the Undergraduate Computer Science and Information Systems Curriculum, INFOSECCD, 2006. [Read]

Presentations:


  1. Taylor, B. Security Injections: Modules to Help Students Remember, Understand, and Apply Secure Coding Techniques, Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (ITICSE 2011), Darmstadt, Germany, oral presentation, June 2011.

  2. Taylor, B., Seacord, R. Sheridan, E. Pruitt-Mentle, D., Securing Our Future: Preparing Students for the Cyber Workforce, NSF, Baltimore ACM, and Towson University Symposium, chair and panelist.

  3. Taylor, B. Nance, K., Bishop, M., Hay, B., Spengler, E., Dodge, R., National Virtual Lab for Cybersecurity Education, Shaping the Future of Cybersecurity Education Workshop (NICE 2011), September 20, 2011, invited panelist.

  4. Taylor, B., Careers in Cyber Security Workshop, September 27, 2011, invited panelist

  5. Taylor, B., Building Security In: Injecting Security Throughout the Undergraduate Computing Curriculum, 41st SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education, (SIGCSE 2012) NSF presentation Raleigh, N.C., March 2012, invited poster.

  6. Taylor, B (moderator), Bishop, M., Burley, D., Cooper, S., Dodge, R., Teaching Secure Coding-Report from Summit on Education in Secure Software, 41st SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education, (SIGCSE 2012), Raleigh, N.C., March 2012, Special Session moderator.

 
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