14 faculty participants each will receive $150.00 in stipend to attend this 2.5 hour workshop. Target participants of the workshop are faculty members who are interested in incorporating security related modules and/or homework assignments in their CS courses (C++ programming and/or software engineering and/or networks and/or database and/or operating systems). It will demonstrate hands-on assignments in security to facilitate cooperative and active learning by solving real-world problems with freely available resources.
This workshop is supported by NSF SFS Award#1303441: Capacity Building in Cybersecurity AND NSF DUE Award#1140864, Project Titled: SecKnitKit (Security Knitting Kit): Integrating Security into Traditional Computer Science Courses.
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This NSF-sponsored workshop is based upon Towson University’s Security Injections– and provides a well-tested strategy for introducing secure coding concepts in introductory programming classes. The workshop introduces secure coding through hands-on exercises and provides self-contained, lab-based modules designed to be injected into introductory programming classes with minimal impact on the courses.
Participants should bring a laptop already installed with either a C++ or Java compiler. You can use the editor of your choice (i.e. Textpad, Eclipse, Visual Studio, etc.). Community College faculty who attend this workshop will receive a $100 honorarium.
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Participate in our poster contest! Take the chance to discuss a topic related to the computer industry with fellow enthusiasts. It will be the perfect time to not only meet people with similar interests, but you could also win the scholarship to meet more people like you from around the nation!
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Thanks! Hongmei, Maureen and Team KY-TriWIC 2014