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Course: CSC229 - Cybersecurity for Non-IT Majors
Author:
Sandra Gorka, Alicia McNett, Jacob Miller, Brad Webb
Date:
12 October 2021
Course: Cyber Warfare
Author:
Erik Fretheim
Date:
12 October 2021
Course: Enterprise Security Course
Author:
Cheryl Resch
Date:
12 October 2021
Course: IAS492A/B - IAS Seminar
Author:
Sandra Gorka, Sandra Gorka, Jacob Miller, Daniel Yoas
Date:
12 October 2021
Keynote: Evolution of the Network Defenders Strategy: First Principles in Security
Author:
Rick Howard
Date:
12 October 2021
Keynote: The Evolution of the Supply Chain and Cybersecurity: What the Next Generation of Practitioners Needs to Know
Author:
Tommy McDowell
Date:
12 October 2021
Paper Presentation: Hands-on Educational Labs for Cyber Defense Competition Training
Author:
Animesh Pattanayak, Stu Steiner, Daniel Conte de Leo
Date:
12 October 2021
Paper Presentation: High School Cybersecurity? Challenge Accepted - Radford University's RUSecure CTF Contest for High School Students
Author:
Joe Chase, Prem Uppuluri
Date:
12 October 2021
Paper Sessions: Providing A Hands-on Advanced Persistent Threat Learning Experience Through Ethical Hacking Labs
Author:
Yen-Hung Hu
Date:
12 October 2021
Session: CMMC
Author:
Chris Opp
Date:
12 October 2021
Session: Integrating Experiential Learning in Cyber Curriculum
Author:
Debbie Gordon
Date:
12 October 2021
Session: Mapping Low Cost and Open Source Lab to the NICE Workforce Framework and CAE KU's
Author:
Chris Simpson
Date:
12 October 2021
Session: The Need for Legal Education within a Cybersecurity Curriculum
Author:
Paula deWitte
Date:
12 October 2021
Sponsor: What is the National Cyber League?
Author:
Costis Toregas
Date:
12 October 2021
 
 

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