Learning Continues to Inspire Cybersecurity Students: The 2018-2019 SFS Research Studies at UMBC

Enis Golaszewski, Alan T. Sherman, Linda Oliva, Peter A.H. Peterson, Michael R. Bailey, Scott Bohon, Cyrus Bonyadi, Casey Borror, Ryan Coleman, Johannah Flenner, Elias Enamorado, Maksim E. Eren, Mohammad Khan, Emmanuel Larbi, Kyle Marshall, William Morgan, Lauren Mundy, Gabriel Onana, Selma Gomez Orr, Lauren ParkerCaleb Pinkney, Mykah Rather, Jimmy Rodriguez, Bryan Solis, Wubnyonga Tete, Tsigereda B. Tsega, Edwin Valdez, Charles K. Varga, Brian Weber, Ryan Wnuk-Fink, Armand Yonkeu, Lindsay Zetlmeisl, Damian Doyle, Casey O'Brien, Joseph Roundy, Jack Suess

Research output: Contribution to specialist publicationArticle

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages46-54
Number of pages9
Volume11
No2
Specialist publicationACM Inroads
DOIs
StatePublished - May 12 2020

Bibliographical note

Funding Information:
We thank Jack Suess and Damian Doyle (UMBC Division of Information Technology) for their enthusiastic cooperation. Thanks to Richard Baldwin and Travis Scheponik for helpful comments. This project was supported in part by the National Science Foundation under SFS grants 1241576 and 1753681. Sherman was also supported by the National Science Foundation under SFS capacity grant 1819521 and by the U.S. Department of Defense under CAE-R grant H98230-17-1-0349 and CySP grants H98230-17-1-0387 and H98230-18-0321.

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