TIP SOCIO-CYBERSECURITY PROJECT ACCOMPLISHMENTS
24 Modules Commitment
Created by Team:
- Password and Rational Choice (Created for Social Problems course) TAUGHT
- Deviance & Phishing (Created for Social Problems course) TAUGHT
- Data Integrity & Data Downloading (Created for Statistics course) TAUGHT
- Frequency and Encryption (Created for Statistics course) TAUGHT
- Cyber-Law (Created for Intro CJ course) TAUGHT
- Ethical Hacking (Created for Intro CJ course) TAUGHT
- Digital Evidence and the Court System- The Role of Governmentality (Created for American Court Systems course) TAUGHT
- The First Responder and Chain-of-Custody (Created for American Court Systems course)
- Personnel & Security (Created for Social Organizational Theory course) TAUGHT
- Information Security Threats and Counter Measures (Created for Social Organizational Theory course) TAUGHT
- Big Data (Created for Methods of Social Research course)
- Vulnerabilities in the Internet of Things (IoT) in a Consumption Based Society (Created for Social Problems course) TAUGHT
Created by Faculty Associates:
- Cybersecurity Measures to Prevent Online Bullying
- Cloud Computing Security and International Business
- Identifying Online Sexual Predators
- Cyber-Psychology TAUGHT
- Advertisements and E-Commerce Vulnerability
- Monitoring Hate Speech: Cyber Terrorism in the Climate of Fear
- Adolescent Dispositions: Understanding Youth Behaviors and Risks in the Cyber World
- Common Sense: Considering the Risk of Online dating
- Eliciting Targets through Cybersecurity Techniques: The Role of Race, Class, and Gender
- Identifying and Blocking On-line Sexual Predators
- The Utilization of Cybersecurity in Sensitive Data in Social Work
- Word Cloud: Visualizing and Recognizing Security Vulnerability in Social Media.
2 Faculty Workshops
- Conducted Summer 2018
- Conducted Summer 2019
New Course: SOC-401 Socio-Cybersecurity
- Conducted with Experiential Pedagogy.
- 4 Graded labs plus other hands on activities.
- Students wrote final project (The aim is to create our own textbook for the course)
Major Research Activities:
- 10 Senior Personnel and Faculty Associates interviewed by undergraduate students about their reflections.
- Pre- and Post-Test Surveys conducted in all taught courses with a standardized questionnaire.
- Descriptive Statistics and T-Test Analysis of mean differences completed
Supplemental Research Activity
- Socio-Cybersecurity Tracer Study Survey (Success Rate, N=135)