Most cyber attacks aren’t new. Rather, they are new to the administrators encountering them. “The workforce isn’t well trained in these complex issues,” Jean Mayo explains. “One problem we encounter in education is that we cannot allow students to modify the software that controls an actual system—they can cause real damage.” Our goal is to . . .
Jean Mayo (CS), is the principal investigator on a project that received a $130,001 research and development grant from the National Science Foundation. Ching-Kuang Shene (CS) is a co-principal investigator on the project, “EDU:Collaborative:VACCS-Visualization and Analysis for C Code Security.”
Drs. Jean Mayo, Ching-Kuang Shene and Chaoli Wang of MTU and Dr. Steven Carr of Western Michigan University, have been awarded $199,164 from the National Science Foundation to develop materials to educate students on modern access control models and systems. Educating students in this area is important for keeping the nation’s computer resources secure. Access . . .