One of our research areas is in innovative approaches to infosec education.
Many researchers tend to dismiss education as a distraction; we tend to see
it as a necessary means of finding and expressing interesting research problems.
- The Ephemeral Legion: Producing an Expert Cyber-security Workforce from Thin Air. Michael E. Locasto, Anup Ghosh, Sushil Jajodia, and Angelos Stavrou. Communications of the ACM, 2011. Vol. 54, Issue 1, pp 129–131. (Viewpoint).
- Helping Students 0wn Their Own Code. Michael E. Locasto. IEEE Security and Privacy, vol. 7, no. 3, pp. 53-56, May/June 2009.
- Teaching the Principles of the Hacker Curriculum to Undergraduates. Sergey Bratus, Anya Shubina, and Michael E. Locasto. In Proceedings of the 41st ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE 2010). Milwaukee, WI, USA. March 10–14, 2010.
- Pushing Boulders Uphill: The Difficulty of Network Intrusion Recovery.
Michael E. Locasto, Matthew Burnside, and Darrell Bethea. The 23rd Large Installation System Administration Conference (LISA 2009). Baltimore, MD, USA. November 1--6, 2009.
- An Experience Report on Undergraduate Cyber-Security Education and Outreach.Michael E. Locasto and Sara Sinclair. The 2nd Annual Conference on Education in Informa- tion Security (ACEIS 2009). February 2009. Ames, IA, USA.
SFB: Students Finding Bugs
The EDURange platform
(w/ R. Weiss and J. Mache)
The Hacker Curriculum
(w/ S. Bratus, Dartmouth College)
: Secure Information Systems Mentoring and Training