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Teaching Secure Coding in Introductory Programming Courses (CS0, CS1, CS2) for Faculty

A workshop at the Women in Cybersecurity Conference April 11-12, 2014

 

 

     
This workshop is based on Towson University’s Security Injections project – www.towson.edu/securityinjections – and provides a well-tested strategy for introducing secure coding concepts in CS0-CS2. We will introduce you to secure coding through hands-on exercises and provide self-contained, lab-based modules designed to be injected into CS0-CS2 with minimal impact on the courses.
When: Friday, April 11, 2014
Time: 2:00 – 4:30 pm
Where: On location at the Women in Cybersecurity Conference
Presenters: Blair Taylor (Towson University), Elizabeth Hawthorne (Union County College), Cara Tang (Portland Community College), Cindy Tucker (Bluegrass Community and Technical College)

Workshop Agenda

Space is limited to the first 20 faculty. There is no registration cost and a $100 honorarium is available for attending.

Registration Click here to register
Contact Elizabeth Hawthorne (email) or Blair Taylor/Siddharth Kaza (email) for more information.

This workshop is partially supported by the National Science Foundation through grant DUE-1241738.

 
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