Cyber4All Project Directors (Security Injections, SPLASH)

Dr. Blair Taylor (on leave to NSA)
Computer and Information Sciences, Towson University
btaylor@towson.edu

Dr. Sidd Kaza
Computer and Information Sciences, Towson University
skaza@towson.edu

Faculty Collaborators

Dr. Mary Helen McSweeney-Feld

Associate Professor, Healthcare Management Program

Dr. Natalie Scala

Assistant Professor, E-Business and Technology Management

Dr. Melissa Dark

Professor, Purdue University

Brian J. Gorman, M.Sc., J.D.

Associate Professor, Criminal Justice

Cheryl Thomas Brown

Lecturer, Computer and Information Sciences

Dr. Scott Hilberg

Clinical Associate Professor, Computer and Information Sciences

Dr. Barin Nag

Professor, E-Business and Technology Management

Dr. Gabriele Meiselwitz

Associate Professor, Computer and Information Sciences

Software Development Team (CLARK)

Emily Vogel

Undergraduate Assistant

Nick Winner

Junior Software Developer

Leon Bernard

Research Assistant

Tyler Howard

Senior Software Developer

Golda Meir Chiong

Junior Software Developer

Sean Donnelly

Senior Software Developer

Gustavus Shaw II

Full Stack Developer

Kolbe Leonard

Junior Software Developer

Academic and Industry Advisory Team

Academic Advisory Board

Seymour (Sy) Goodman

Professor, College of Computing and The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs

Diana Burley

Professor, Human and Organizational Learning

Industry Advisory Board

Jeff Rittershofer

Vice President – Director of Enterprise Security, T. Rowe Price

Alan Boroshok

Senior Special Agent – ATF, United States Department of Justice

David J. Hynson

Director, MIS – Greater Baltimore Medical Center

Other Participants

Dr. Elizabeth Hawthorne

Computer Science, Union County College

Principal Investigator

Cara Tang

Computer Information Systems, Portland Community College

Security Ambassador and SPLASH Instructor

Past Participants

Harry Hochheiser

University of Pittsburgh Department of Biomedical Informatics

Varun Bhatia

Towson University Computer and Information Sciences

Graduate Assistant

Soundarya Kasturi

Towson University Applied Information Technology

Graduate Assistant

Shiva Azadegan

Towson University, Computer and Information Sciences

Michael Santoro

Towson University Computer and Information Sciences

Undergraduate Assistant

Cindy Tucker

Computer and Information Technology, BlueGrass Community and Technical College

Security Ambassador

Claude Turner

Bowie State University, Computer Science

Patricia Gregory

Anne Arundel Community College, Computer Science

Sruthi Sistla

Towson University Computer and Information Sciences

Graduate Assistant

Padmoja Roy

Towson University Computer and Information Sciences

Graduate Assistant

Sagar Raina

Towson University Applied Information Technology

Research Assistant

Dr. Jo-Ellen Asbury

Assistant Vice-President for Academic Affairs, Psychology – Stevenson University

Evaluator

Angad Maggo

Towson University Computer and Information Sciences

Undergraduate Assistant

Graciela Gamboa

Towson University Computer and Information Sciences

Undergraduate Assistant

Mike O’Leary

Towson University, Center for Applied Information Technology

Kyle Sherbert

Towson University Computer and Information Sciences

Senior Software Developer

Jyothsna Dharamkar Vijaya Raju

Towson University Computer and Information Sciences

Graduate Assistant

Hui Liu

Towson University Computer and Information Sciences

Graduate Assistant

Andrew O’Connor

Towson University Applied Information Technology

Graduate Assistant

Robert Seacord

Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University

Evaluator

Nusrat Sharmin

Towson University Computer and Information Sciences

Graduate Assistant

Abigail Chapin

Harford Community College, Business, Computing, and Applied Technology

Jack McLaughlin

Community College of Baltimore County, Computer and Information Sciences

The Security Injections@Towson, SPLASH@Towson, and Cyber4All projects are supported by the National Science Foundation under grants NSF DUE-1241738,  NSF DUE -0817267, NSF DGE-1516113, NSF DGE-1516113, NSF DGE-1241649, the GenCyber program, and the Intel Corporation.