Supported by NSF, this three-day summer workshop is aimed at developing faculty in information assurance and . Join other professionals from academic and industry in the DC metro area who are interested in information assurance research and education. Join us as we develop the Assurance Research Center for Trusted Information Computing at UDC.
August 3-5, 2011 (Wednesday-Friday)
University of the District of Columbia,
4200 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington,
(Room 108 in UDC Bldg 42 at Van Ness/UDC Metro Station, the red line)
Include but are not limited to:
- INFOSEC (Information Systems Security) Technology: COMPSEC, COMSEC, and Cryptography,
- Policies, Procedures, and Education regarding the critical CIA characteristics of information
- Hacking: Reconnaissance, Scanning, Gaining Access, Maintaining Access, and Clearing Track
- Special Topics in IA for Mobile and Cloud Computing
Faculty, graduate and undergraduate students and industry professionals who are interested in information assurance.
Free. Participants will pay for their own travel and accommodations. Breakfast and lunches will be provided. The workshop will remain open until all 32 spots have been filled. Notification of acceptance into the workshop will be emailed as soon as possible. To apply, please fill out this registration form and send it back to Prof. Lily R. Liang (lliangudc.edu)
Please refer to ARCTIC Workshop Proceeding (pdf)
For questions, please contact Prof. Lily R Liang via email (lliangudc.edu).