CCS Current Events 2016-2017

CCS Current Events 2016-2017

Academic Year July 2016-June 2017

 

Addressing the Digital Divide in Security: Measuring and Intervening in User Security
Speaker:  
Elissa Redmiles,  University of  Maryland 
Date: Monday,  May  1,  2017 
Location & Time:  Math & CS Conference Room, 6.63.37, Community Hour (1:40 pm)

Intergrating Virtualization and Cloud Computing in Information Technology Education and Research  
Speaker:  
Peng Li,  East Carolina University
Date: Thursday,  April  27,  2017 
Location & Time:  Math & CS Conference Room, 6.63.37, Community Hour (11:00 am)

A Smart Contract for Boardroom Voting with Maximum Voter Privacy  
Speaker:  
Patrick McCorry,  University of  Newcastle, UK 
Date: Wednesday,  April  26,  2017 
Location & Time:  Math & CS Conference Room, 6.63.37, Community Hour (1:40 pm)

A Spectral-based Clustering Algorithm for Catergorical Data Using Data Summeries with an Application in Criminal Justice Data
Speaker:  
Dr Eman Abdu,  John Jay College of Criminal Justice 
Date: Tuesday,  April  25,  2017 
Location & Time:  Math & CS Conference Room, 6.63.37, Community Hour (10:00 am)

Friend or Foe? Your Wearable Devices Reveal Your Personal PIN 
Speaker: 
Xianon Guo,  Stevens Institute of Technology
Date: Monday,  April  24,  2017
Location & Time:  Math & CS Conference Room, 6.63.37, Community Hour (1:40 pm)

From Causal Inference to Personalized Healthcare
Yuxiao Huang,  Rochester Institute of Technology
Date: Monday,  April  17,  2017 
Location & Time:  Math & CS Conference Room, 6.63.37, Community Hour (10:00 am)

Trusted Code: The Missing Link of True Information Security 
Speaker: 
Syed Waga Jafri,  John Jay College
Date: Tuesday,  March 21,  2017
Location & Time:  Math & CS Conference Room, 6.63.37, Community Hour (1:40 pm)

Frontiers of Usable Security - Developers, Administratros and Systems Security 
Speaker: 
Matthew Smith, Rheinische Freidrich-Wilhelms-Universitat, Bonn, Germany
Date: Wednesday,  March 15,  2017
Location & Time:  Math & CS Conference Room, 6.63.37, Community Hour (1:40 pm)

Cyber Security Capstone Research Presentations 
Moderator: 
Sven Dietich,  Associate Professor,  John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Date: Monday, December 12,  2016
Location & Time:  Math & CS Conference Room, 6.63.37, Community Hour (1:40 pm)

Assessing the Utility of NIBRS Data 
Speakers:
Eman Abdu, Adjunct Associate Professor, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Douglas Salane, Professor and Director, Center for Cybercrime Studies, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Peter Shenkin, Professor, John Jay College of criminal Justice
Date: Saturday, November 19, 2016
Location American Society of Criminology, 2016 Annual Meerting, Advances in Measurement Session
New Orleans, LA, New Orleans Hilton

How the Use of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Is Thwarting Research in Online Discrimination
Speakers: Esaha Bhandari, Staff Attorney, ACLU Speech, Privacy and Technolgy Project
Date: Thursday, September 22, 2016, 1:30 - 3:00pm
Location: Mathematic & Computer Science Conference Room, 6.63.37, New Building