|National Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education (CAE/IAE) Program Criteria for Measurement |
|Florida A&M University - CRITERIA 8 |
Faculty active in current IA/Cybersecurity practice and research. It is clearly demonstrated that the faculty is active in current IA/Cyber practice and research, contributes to IA literature, and are members of IA professional socities, are subject matter experts or attend/present at professional IA conferences.
|A. Peer reviewed publications – papers (electronic or traditional) on IA/Cybersecurity as evidenced in refereed journals or conference proceedings within the past 3 years. Provide links to actual papers not subscription service. |
Sample of Faculty IA Publications:
- Maynard Yates and Hongmei Chi. 2011. "A framework for designing benchmarks of investigating digital forensics tools for mobile devices". In Proceedings of the 49th Annual Southeast Regional Conference (ACM-SE '11). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 179-184
- Will Davis, III and Hongmei Chi. 2011. "Cyber threat analysis for university networks via virtual honeypots". In Proceedings of the 49th Annual Southeast Regional Conference (ACM-SE '11)
- Xavier Simms and Hongmei Chi. 2011. "Enhancing cryptography education via visualization tools". In Proceedings of the 49th Annual Southeast Regional Conference (ACM-SE '11).
- Hongmei Chi, Edward L. Jones, and Jude Desti, “Broadening Information Assurance Awareness by Gaming,” The 2010 International Conference on Frontiers in Education: Computer Science and Computer Engineering (FECS'10) July 12-15, 2010, Las Vegas, NV, USA.
- J. Desti and H. Chi, “A Framework for Smart Trusted Indicators for Browsers”, WorldComp 2010, Las Vegas, July 12-15, 2010.
- Jude Desti, Hongmei Chi, 2010. "A Framework for Smart Trusted Indicators for Browsers (STIB)". Security and Management 2010: 361-367.
- Hongmei Chi, Felecia Dix-Richardson, and Deidre Evans. 2010. "Designing a computer forensics concentration for cross-disciplinary undergraduate students". In 2010 Information Security Curriculum Development Conference (InfoSecCD '10). 52-57.
- Christy Chatmon, Hongmei Chi, and Will Davis. 2010. "Active Learning Approaches to Teaching Information Assurance". In 2010 Information Security Curriculum Development Conference (InfoSecCD '10). 1-7. <Best Paper Award>
- Edward Jones, Deidre Evans, Hongmei Chi, Christy Chatmon. "Increasing Minority Participation in Information Assurance", the 6th Annual Information Assurance Symposium. 2009.
- Kevin R. Lawrence and Hongmei Chi. 2009. "Framework for the design of web-based learning for digital forensics labs". In Proceedings of the 47th Annual Southeast Regional Conference (ACM-SE 47). ACM, New York, NY, USA, Article 76 , 4 pages.
- H. Chi, E. L. Jones, C. Chatmon, and D. Evans, “Design and Implementation of Digital Forensics Labs,” Proc. 12th IASTED International Conf. on Computers and Advanced Technology in Education, November 22-24, 2009, St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands. <Presentation>
- E. Jones, “Broadening Information Assurance Awareness and Competence: The FAMU Roadmap,” 4th Annual Information Assurance Symposium: Ethical Hacking – Is There Really Such a Thing?, January 22, 2009, Hampton, Virginia (presentation).
- K. Lawrence and H. Chi. Framework for the Design of Web-based Learning for Digital Forensics Labs. Proceedings of the 47th ACM Southeast Conference (ACMSE 2009), March 19-21, 2009, Clemson, South Carolina.
|C. Faculty is involved in writing grants and obtaining funding for IA education and/or research development or lab equipment. Provide synopsis of IA related grants, funding, equipment donations, or other funding to include date and approximate monetary value for the past 3 years. |
- FAMU CUDA Teaching Center ($60,000 equipments) (Year 2010 and Year 2011) http://www.cis.famu.edu/~cstem/CTC/
- Department of Education (Year 2009--2012, Total $600,000) http://www.cis.famu.edu/~cstem/
- Xerox Corporation, “RFID-Enabled Secure Intelligent Office,” (PI Jones, Co-PIs Allen, Chatmon), $60,000/3years, 2009-2012, awarded January 2009, NOTE:29 submissions, 7 awards, only 1 to HBCU.
- U.S. Department of Education Minority Science and Engineering Improvement Program (MSEIP), “MSEIP: Broadening Information Assurance Awareness and Competency (BIAAC),” PI, $600,000/3 years, 2008-2011 (extended to 9/30/2012), Award P120A080094. <Abstract> <Website> <Press Release>
- NSF TUES Program, “TUES: Broadening Digital Forensics Education at FAMU”, H. Chi, PI; Co-PIs D. Evans, P. Gray-Ray, F. Dix-Richardson. $200K over 2 years, submitted April 2010.
- Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Risk, Economics and Operations Research (REOR) of Terrorism and All Hazards (Center), subcontract to Carnegie Mellon University. PI, E. Jones; Co-PIs H. Chi, P. Gray-Ray. $500,000 over 5 years, 2010-2015, submitted April 2010.
- NSF CCLI, “CCLI: Collaborative Project: Broadening Digital Forensics Education in North Florida,” (PI Chi, Co-PIs Evans, Gray-Ray, Dix-Richardson; Stewart, TCC) $250,000/3 years, 2009-2012, submitted May 2009.
|D. Faculty members are subject matter experts (IA/Cybersecurity) for accrediting bodies and professional societies for IA/Cybersecurity, (e.g., ACM, IEEE, regional accreditation, professional accreditation, etc.). Faculty members are active members in IA/Cybersecurity organizations (ISSA, Cyberwatch, Infraguard, etc.) List involvement for last 3 years. |
- Dr. Chi is on the Conference Program Committee for the following:
- Workshop on Cybercrime and Computer Forensics (WCCF 2009), Dallas, June 8, 2009.
- Third Workshop on Applications of Graph Theory in Wireless Ad hoc Networks and Sensor Networks 2011.
- Dr. Chi was a Reviewer for the following:
- Cyberwatch Curriculum participant for Computer Forensic Course, 2012.
- Reviewer for (Journal) Computer & Security, 2009-2011.
- Reviewer for International Journal of Network and Security, 2008-2011.
- IEEE Internal Conference on Intelligence and Security Information, 2008.
- Dr. Evans was a Reviewer for the following:
- Reviewer for 14th Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education (CISSE), 2009-2010.
|E. Faculty members are engaged in and/or initiate student IA programs (Example: faculty-driven student discussion groups, IA clubs, lunch bunch, etc.) within the last 3 years. |
- Weekly IA research meetings with Graduate/Undergraduate students.
|F. Faculty presents IA/Cybersecurity content at major Regional/National/International conferences and events. Provide synopsis of involvement for the last 3 years. |
- (Chatmon/Jones) Presentation at the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Recruitment Center for a Cyber Security Information Exchange at Headquaters in McLean, VA (June 29-30, 2011). Presentation. <Invitation>
- (Chatmon) Team for Ubiquitous Secure Technology (TRUST) Sixth Annual Women’s Institute in Summer Enrichment (WISE 2011) held at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburg, PA (July 15-19, 2011) . Poster Presentation.
- (Chatmon, Chi) C-STEM/BIACC Summer 2011 Workshop held at Florida A&M University (June 13-16, 2011). Speaker.
- (Chi) ACM Southeast Conference (March 25, 2011), held at Kennesaw, GA. “A Framework for Designing Benchmarks of Investigating Digital Forensics Tools for Mobile Devices”. Presenter.
- (Chatmon) Best Paper Award – “Active Learning Approaches to Teaching Information Assurance” Information Security Curriculum Development Conference (INFOSECCD). Kennesaw, Georgia, Presenter. (2010). <Best Paper Award Certificate>
- (Evans) InfoSecCD – Information Security Curriculum Development Conference (October 1-2, 2010), held at “Designing a Computer Forensics Concentration for Cross-disciplinary Undergraduate Students”. Presenter.
- (Chi) World Congress in Computer Science Computer Engineering and Applied Computing (July 12-15, 2010), held in Las Vegas, Nevada. “A Framework for Smart Trusted Indicators for Browsers (STIB)”. Presenter. (2010).
- (Chi) 48th ACM Southeast Conference (April 15-17, 2010), held at Oxford, MS. “Framework for Access Controls Model in Enterprise Healthcare via SAML”. Presenter.