- Office: Darwin 116H. Office hours are on the SSU CS website.
- RTP Index: members of my committee can access my RTP files.
- Art collection: my students are very talented.
- Archive: all notes on this site.
Dr. Gurman Gill (SSU) and I are both participants in the IntroCS POGIL.
I did a 4-day POGIL workshop in at Manhattan College, NY over the Summer of 2018. We will both be integrating POGIL activities into our CS1 classes during 2018--2019. I'm very excited and encourage you to look at the materials the project has already released for various CS core classes: http://cspogil.org
We had a great time at 2018 USENIX Workshop on Advances in Security Education (ASE'18), August 13, 2018, co-located with USENIX Security in Baltimore, MD. The program is up at https://www.usenix.org/conference/ase18/workshop-program. Wonderful papers, and an exciting demo of WPI's K-12 Cyber Sleuth Escape Room activity. Very cool!
Our work "DoS Exploitation of Allen-Bradley's Legacy Protocol through Fuzz Testing"is appearing at the Industrial Control System Security Workshop (ICSS) co-located with ACSAC'17 in Orlando, Florida. Franciso will be presenting our work, now that DHS has cleared all the details through responsible disclosure. Good luck, Cisco!
My student Francisco's thesis work turned into a CVE. Well, its reserved as CVE-2017-7924 and may take some time to go up, but its discussed in DHS-ICS advisory ICSA-17-138-03. Our first CVE. Its a modest little single-packet DoS attack against the MicroLogix 1100, but pretty exciting for us!
Update: Francisco had a little news article about him written-up by his alma mater. Awesome job, Cisco!
The program for ASE'17 is out!
2017 USENIX Workshop on Advances in Security Education (ASE'17), August 15, 2017, co-located with USENIX Security in Vancouver, BC.
ASE is dedicated to serving the security education community, as a venue for cutting-edge research, best practices, and experimental curricula in computer security education. Submit your good work to ASE, and join us in Vancouver!