CODASPY Canceled, Short paper published

ACM CODASPY '20 is the 10th ACM Conference on Data and Application Security and Privacy.

Sung Kim and I have been working on research involving creating models that can be used in proactive cyber defense practices. Our short paper and poster presentation were accepted for publication.

Unfortuantely, the conference was canceled as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. The article can be found in the ACM Digital Library.

Service-Oriented Modeling for Cyber Threat Analysis

ACM CODASPY '20 is the 10th ACM Conference on Data and Application Security and Privacy. Sung Kim and I have been working on some research involving creating models that can be used in proactive cyber defense practices. We will be presenting at the conference on March.

The Computing Orientation Seminar

ACM Inroads, a peer-reviewed magazine serving professionals interested in advancing computing education on a global scale, published an article I wrote together with Sal Petrilli.

The title of the article is The computing orientation seminar and it is available in the ACM Digital Library.

Research at Adelphi University

My students and I were featured in the news of Adelphi University's president, Dr. Riordan.

The article is part of a series of experiential learning at Adelphi University.

It describes how work done in IT to conduct ongoing phishing awareness training to Adelphi employees trickled into the classroom, and continued on work that I have been doing with two of my students. For their senior project, the students are working on developing a gamified phishing similation platform.

Interviewed by CFO Magazine

CFO Magazine is a monthly magazine that writes for chief financial officers and other financial executives in companies in the U.S. Some time ago, the magazine's deputy editor, David Katz, interviewed me. What started out as a general discussion about managing cyberrisk started to focus on the changing landscape of how cyberdefense influences system architecture. Specifically, we ended up discussing the BeyondCorp model that is often associated with deperimeterization and zero-trust.

Katz took these ideas and wrote them up in a very nice article that was published on February 26, 2019. The article, The Other Side of the Network is available online.