CCICADA/DIMACS Brainstorming Workshop on Cybersecurity Education

October 7, 2013
CoRE 7th Floor Conference Room
CoRE Building, Busch Campus, Rutgers University

Organizers:
Dennis Egan, CCICADA, deegan at dimacs.rutgers.edu
Ed Hovy, Carnegie Mellon University, ehovy at andrew.cmu.edu
Fred Roberts, Rutgers University, froberts at dimacs.rutgers.edu
Susanne Wetzel, Stevens Institute of Technology, swetzel at cs.stevens.edu
Rebecca Wright, Rutgers University, rebecca.wright at dimacs.rutgers.edu
Presented under the auspices of the The Homeland Security Center for Command, Control, and Interoperability Center for Advanced Data Analysis (CCICADA) and the DIMACS Special Focus on Cybersecurity.
Workshop Program
Monday, October 7, 2013

 9:30 - 10:00  Registration (Coffee provided)

10:00 - 10:20  Welcome/Opening Remarks

               Scott Tousley, US DHS - Cyber Security Division 
               Fred S. Roberts, Director of CCICADA, Rutgers University 


10:20 - 11:00  Panel No. 1: Government/University 
               Facilitator:  Rebecca Wright,  Director of DIMACS, Rutgers University 
               Theme: What is happening now at Government Agencies and 
                      Universities and what might be needed.

               Susanne Wetzel, Stevens Institute of Technology
               Michael Vance, NJ Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness
               Ronald C. Dodge, Jr., United States Military Academy (virtual)
               Patricia Tamburelli, County College of Morris
               Melissa Dark, Purdue University (virtual)


11:00 - 11:40  Panel No. 2: Private Sector
               Facilitator:  Dennis Egan, CCICADA Research Faculty, Rutgers University
               Theme: What is happening now in the private sector and what might be needed.

               Raj Rajagopalan, Honeywell (virtual)
               Mark House, Associated Press
               Nicole Dean, Raytheon
               Scott Buck, INTEL (virtual)


11:40 - 11:55  Break 
	
11:55 - 12:35  Panel No. 3: Education Principles of Teaching and
               Learning for Cyber Security Education 
               Facilitator:  Fred S. Roberts, Director of CCICADA, Rutgers University
               Theme: What general principles of teaching and learning, 
                      based on educational theory, will aid us in evaluating
                      and choosing new cyber security educational programs.

               Midge Cozzens, Rutgers University
               Owen Astrachan, Duke University
               Robert M. Panoff, Shodor Education Foundation (virtual)
               Gene Fiorini, Rutgers University


12:35 -  1:35  Lunch

 1:35 -  2:15  Panel No. 4: Learning from Analogies
               Facilitator: Fred S. Roberts, Director of CCICADA, Rutgers University
               Theme: What can we learn from medical school education,
               public health education for the public,
               energy-efficient behavior education, education of the military, etc.

               Michael Gochfeld, Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical
                  School Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute
               Lora Billings, Montclair State University (virtual)
               Nina Fefferman, Rutgers University
               Dennis Egan, Rutgers University
               Deborah Silver, Rutgers University


  2:15 -  2:55  Panel No. 5: K-12,and Informal Public Cyber Security Education
                Facilitator: Midge Cozzens, CCICADA Director of Education, Rutgers University
                Theme: What is happening in K-12 and public education, 
                      including adult education and public informal education.

                Davina Pruitt-Mentle, Educational Technology Policy,
		   Research and Outreach; National CyberWatch Center & University of Maryland

                Katie Shilton, University of Maryland (virtual)
                Scott Stornetta, Columbia High School, Maplewood, NJ
                Nasir Memon, Polytechnic Institute of NYU (virtual)
                Rebecca Jordan, Rutgers University


  2:55 -  3:05  Break

  3:05 -  3:45  Panel No. 6: Tools of Delivery for Effective Cyber Security Education

                Facilitator: Susanne Wetzel, Stevens Institute of Technology
                Theme: Discuss modes of presentation (online, videos, use of apps), 
                       frequency (monthly updates, retraining), use of technology (games, 
                       virtual reality), and tie these in to teaching and learning.

                Kaethe Beck, Purdue University - VACCINE (virtual)	
                Costis Toregas, George Washington University
                Curtis McGinity, Rutgers University (virtual)


  3:45 -  4:00  Closing - Next Steps



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