Cybersecurity Education Workshop 2019


April 15th & 16th, 2019

Santa Fe – New Mexico

www.towson.edu/cyberedworkshop

Building a skilled cybersecurity workforce is critical to help solve the global cybersecurity crisis. The goal of the CyberEd workshop is to bring together experts and focus on improving and sustaining cybersecurity education. The highlight of the event is the ‘Cyber Curriculum Expo’ where authors of curriculum funded by the National Science Foundation, National Security Agency, and others display and demonstrate their materials, all of which is freely available. The workshop also provides a platform to discuss future cybersecurity education efforts.

Matt Bishop

Matt Bishop is a professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of California at Davis. He is a recognized expert in vulnerability analysis, secure systems/software design, network security, access control, authentication, and UNIX security, Bishop also works to improve computer security instruction. He is one of the co-directors of the Computer Security Laboratory here. He does research in computer security. Currently, he seems to focus on election processes, data sanitization, and the insider problem. He also likes teaching.

Eugene Spafford

Dr. Eugene Spafford is a professor with an appointment in Computer Science at Purdue University, where he has served on the faculty since 1987. He is also a professor of Philosophy, a professor of Communication, a professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and a Professor of Political Science. He serves on a number of advisory and editorial boards. Spafford’s current research interests are primarily in the areas of information security, computer crime investigation and information ethics. He is generally recognized as one of the senior leaders in the field of computing. Spaf (as he is known to his friends, colleagues, and students) is Executive Director Emeritus of the Purdue CERIAS (Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security), and was the founder and director of the COAST Laboratory.

Rodney Petersen

Rodney Petersen is the director of the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the U.S. Department of Commerce. He served as the Managing Director of the EDUCAUSE Washington Office and a Senior Government Relations Officer. He founded and directed the EDUCAUSE Cybersecurity Initiative and was the lead staff liaison for the Higher Education Information Security Council. Prior to joining EDUCAUSE, he worked at two different times for the University of Maryland – first as Campus Compliance Officer in the Office of the President and later as the Director of IT Policy and Planning in the Office of the Vice President and Chief Information Officer.  He received his law degree from Wake Forest University and bachelors degrees in political science and business administration from Alma College.

Victor Piotrowski

Dr. Piotrowski represents the National Science Foundation as the lead program director of the CyberCorps’ Scholarship for Service, the Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace program, as well as a workforce development program called CyberTraining. Prior to working at the NSF, he was a Computer Science professor and chair at the University of Wisconsin-Superior.

Dr. Ambareen Siraj

Dr. Ambareen Siraj is the founding director of Tennessee Tech’s Cybersecurity Education, Research and Outreach Center. She has served as the leader on several NSF and NSA grants. Siraj is the founder of the Women in CyberSecurity organization, an initiative to recruit, retain and advance women in cybersecurity. Her effort to educate students and enhance the cybersecurity field of study goes beyond classes, research and outreach projects, workshops and conferences. Dr. Siraj’s research focus is on security in cyber-physical systems, Internet of Things, situation assessment in network security, security education and workforce development. She has authored or co-authored more than 50 publications while taking an active part in promoting cybersecurity training throughout the nation. Dr. Siraj is recipient of the ­Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education Exceptional Leadership in Education Award in 2018.

Peter Loscocco

Peter Loscocco is senior researcher for the Information Assurance Research Group at the National Security Agency where he has more than 30 years experience studying problems associated with computer and network security, his primary focus being in system security architecture. He has led successful research efforts that have resulted in the creation of SELinux, the development of an innovative security architecture utilizing virtualization and trusted computing technologies, and  the invention of a novel integrity measurement capability that enables the detection of previously unknown compromises of running software systems. Mr. Loscocco’s recent interests include advancing the state of practice of system design by encouraging a strategy that focuses critical thinking on eliminating the unwarranted assumptions that so often lead to system insecurity.

Monday, April 15th

8:00 – 9:00 Breakfast on your own
9:00 – 9:30 Welcome and CyberEd Eye Opener
9:30 – 10:00 NSF perspectives on Cybersecurity Education
Victor Piotrowski, National Science Foundation
10:00 – 10:30 Build Quality Curriculum Now – Ask Me How!
Melissa Dark, Purdue University
Blair Taylor, Towson University
10:30-10:45 Break
10:45-11:00 #ClarkCan
Sidd Kaza, Towson University
11:00-11:15 Curriculum Showcase
Markus Rauschecker, Ben Yelin, University of Maryland School of Law
11:15-12:00 Curriculum Expo A
12:00-1:30 Lunch (on your own)
1:30-1:45 Encouraging Diversity in Cybersecurity
Ambareen Siraj, Tennessee Tech University
1:45 – 2:15 Looking for an Intro to Cybersecurity Course?
Seth Hamman, Cedarville University
Filipo Sharevski, DePaul University
Corrine Sande, Whatcom Community College
2:15 – 3:00 Working Groups

  1. A professional society for cybersecurity education? Lead: Sidd Kaza, Towson University
  2. Maintaining curriculum at the speed of relevance. Lead: Melissa Dark, Dark Enterprises
3:00 – 3:15 Break
3:15 – 4:00 Curriculum Expo B
4:00 – 4:45 Keynote: Fireside Chat with Matt and Spaf
Matt Bishop, University of California, Davis
Eugene Spafford, Purdue University
4:45 – 5:00 Wrap-up
5:15-6:15 Reception (President’s Terrace, 5th floor)

 

Tuesday, April 16th

8:00 – 9:00 AM Breakfast on your own
9:00 Welcome Back
9:00 – 9:30 National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education
Rodney Peterson, Director
9:30 – 10:15 Panel: Perspectives and Interconnections
CAE Knowledge Units – Art Conklin, University of Houston
ACM Cybersecurity Guidelines – Hoot Gibson, Professor Emritus, Air Force Academy
ABET Criteria (Cybersecurity and Computer Science with Cyber) – Allen Parish, Mississippi State University
ACM CSEC2Y, Cara Tang, Portland Community College
10:15 – 10:30

Assumption Driven Design
Peter Loscocco, National Security Agency

10:30- 10:45 Break
10:45- 11:00 NICE Challenge
Vincent Nestler, California State University, San Bernardino
11:00 – 12:00

Breakout

  1. Integrating Security Across the Curriculum. Lead: Chuan Yue, Colorado School of Mines
  2. High-school Cybersecurity Curriculum Framework. Lead: Jennifer Peyrot (St. Vrain Valley School), Melissa Dark (Purdue University), Jenny Daugherty (Education Consultant), Mark Emry (Washington High School)
12:00 – 1:30 Lunch on your own
1:30 – 2:00 Behind the Scenes

  1. CLARK – Design and Development
  2. Cyber Curriculum Review Process – Art Conklin (University of Houston), Matt Bishop (UC Davis)
2:00 – 2:45 Curriculum Expo C
2:45 – 3:00  Report back from Working Group 1, Working Group 2, Break out 2
3:00 – 3:15 Closing

Eldorado Hotel and Spa

Phone: 1-800-955-4455

Group Name: Cyber Education Workshop

Group Code: 190411TOWSON

Group Booking Link:

https://gc.synxis.com/rez.aspx?Hotel=63150&Chain=17123&Dest=Santa Fe &template=GCF&shell=GCF&locale=en-US&arrive=4/11/2019&depart=4/21/2019&adult=1&child=0&group=190411TOWSON

Travel to Santa Fe

We recommend that you fly into Albuquerque any time on Sunday April 14th and fly out any time on Wednesday April 17th. Bear in mind that check in is at 4pm and check out is at 12 noon.

Shuttle service available here: http://sandiashuttle.com/

All restaurants are within a 10 minute walk of the hotel.

Cowgirl
Down-home BBQ & live music draw crowds at this cowgirl-themed spot. Known for their Margaritas!
319 S Guadalupe St, Santa Fe, NM 87501

Maize Restaurant
An inventive New American menu in a festive space with old-fashioned decor & speakeasy surrounds.
225 Johnson St, Santa Fe, NM 87501

Market Steer Steakhouse
Chef Kathleen Crook’s creative approach to classic American food.
210 Don Gaspar Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87501

Starbucks
109 N Guadalupe St, Santa Fe, NM 87501

Tia Sophia’s
No-frills, diner-style eatery serving regional favorites, breakfast specials & famously hot chile.
210 W San Francisco St, Santa Fe, NM 87501

Il Vicino Wood Oven Pizza
Lively, laid-back eatery doling out traditional pizzas, pastas & salads, plus beer & wine.
321 W San Francisco St, Santa Fe, NM 87501

The Burger Stand @ Burro Alley
Gourmet burger spot serving meat & veggie patties, plus draft beers in a comfy setting with a patio.
207 W San Francisco St, Santa Fe, NM 87501

Izmi Sushi Bar
Small bistro with an easygoing vibe plating Japanese classics such as sushi rolls, ramen & tempura.
105 E Marcy St, Santa Fe, NM 87505

Twenty-seven curriculum projects will be presented across three curriculum expositions. Projects include those funded by National Security Agency and National Science Foundation.

 

Ben Yelin Markus Rauschecker University of Maryland (CHHS) Cyber Law and Policy Courses
Seth Hamman Cedarville University Adversarial Thinking, Cyber Legal and Ethics
Claude Turner Norfolk State University Cybersecurity at Norfolk State University
Na Li Prairie View A&M University Capacity Building on Privacy Education through Curriculum Development
Ambareen Siraj Tennessee Tech Security Knitting Kit
Aisha Ali-Gombe Towson University Introducing Active Learning to Malware Analysis Curriculum
Abhishek Parakh University of Nebraska at Omaha Quantum Cryptography Laboratories
Chuan Yue Colorado School of Mines Smartphone Side-Channel Attacks and Defenses
Edward Chow University of Colorado Colorado Springs Cybersecurity Integration into Courses
Damone Jones Discovery Education Discovery Education
Richard Weiss The Evergreen State College  
Jennifer Peyrot
Jenny Daugherty
Mark Emry
Melissa Dark
St. Vrain Valley School District
Education Consultant
Washington High School
Purdue University
High School Cybersecurity Curriculum Framework
Cheryl Thomas
William Butler
Corrinne Sande
Seth Hamman
Filipo Sharevski
Towson University
Capitol Technology University
Whatcom Community College
Cedarville University
DePaul University
Introduction to Cybersecurity Course

Twenty-seven curriculum projects will be presented across three curriculum expositions. Projects include those funded by National Security Agency and National Science Foundation.

 

Michael Qaissuanee Brookdale Community College E-MATE 2.0: Building Capacity for Interactive Teaching and Learning
Li Yang University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Developing Web Security Modules with Visualization and Hands-on Labs
Xinwen Fu University of Massachusetts Lowell IoT Security and Privacy Course Built upon Frontier Research, Industry Need and Affordable Platforms
Mengjun Xie University of Tennessee at Chattanooga NetSiC: A Virtual Lab for Networking and Network Security in the Cloud
Lixin Wang
Jianhua Yang
Columbus State University Stepping-stone Intrusion Detection Hands-on Experiences
Thaier Hayajneh Fordham University IoT Security and Forensics
Vincent Nestler California State University San Bernardino NICE Challenge Project
Filipo Sharevski DePaul University Cybersecurity and Internet of Things
Jennifer Peyrot
Jenny Daugherty
Mark Emry
Melissa Dark
St. Vrain Valley School District
Education Consultant
Washington High School
Purdue University
High School Cybersecurity Curriculum Framework
Cheryl Thomas
William Butler
Corrinne Sande
Seth Hamman
Filipo Sharevski
Towson University
Capitol Technology University
Whatcom Community College
Cedarville University
DePaul University
Introduction to Cybersecurity Course

Twenty-seven curriculum projects will be presented across three curriculum expositions. Projects include those funded by National Security Agency and National Science Foundation.

 

Yuzhe Tang Syracuse University Cryptographic Engineering on Modern Systems
Akhatar Lodgher Texas A&M University Cyber Security Modules for Core, Major and Elective courses
Yu Cai Michigan Technological University Hands-on Cybersecurity Curriculum With Case Studies
Latifur Khan University of Texas at Dallas Curriculum Development for Cyberthreats and Vulnerabilities using Big Data
John Heslen Augusta University Strategic Cyber Security
Ashley Greeley Government Teach Cyber (K-12)
Jens Mache Lewis & Clark College EDURange
Susan Cambell University of Maryland Human-Centered Cybersecurity
Ricardo Calix Purdue University Northwest A Machine Learning Course for Cybersecurity Professionals
Jennifer Peyrot
Jenny Daugherty
Mark Emry
Melissa Dark
St. Vrain Valley School District
Education Consultant
Washington High School
Purdue University
High School Cybersecurity Curriculum Framework
Cheryl Thomas
William Butler
Corrinne Sande
Seth Hamman
Filipo Sharevski
Towson University
Capitol Technology University
Whatcom Community College
Cedarville University
DePaul University
Introduction to Cybersecurity Course

This workshop is partially supported by funding from the National Science Foundation (DGE#1663184 and DGE#1516113) and Towson University.