Laurin Buchanan, will be speaking on two different topics during the NICE 2019 Conference and Expo in Phoenix, Arizona. The annual NICE Conference and Expo brings together thought leaders from industry, academia, governments, and non-profits to share best practices in cybersecurity education from across the world and across sectors.
Laurin Buchanan will be presenting at the NYS Cyber Security Conference, hosted by the NYS Office of Information Technology Services, the University at Albany School of Business, and The New York State Forum, Inc. The conference will take place June 4th and 5th in Albany, N.Y.
Secure Decisions to Participate in 2019 NSF’s STEM for All Video Showcase to Highlight Innovations in STEM Education
Laurin Buchanan, Principal Investigator at Secure Decisions, will be featured in the 2019 STEM for All Video Showcase funded by the National Science Foundation. The event will be held online May 13th -20th which will feature CyberMiSTS.
Secure Decisions launched the “Cyber Savvy Educators Contest,” which challenges middle school educators to create a branching web comic around the importance of strong passwords for their students. Branching web comics are graphic stories where a reader makes choices on behalf of a character, causing the story to follow a variety of branches that result in different outcomes.
Read full text Comic-BEE has received the Building Tomorrow’s Workforce Award from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology (DHS S&T) Directorate’s Funded Performer Awards. DHS S&T awards this honor to a funded project that best helps develop the next generation of cybersecurity professionals. The award ceremony took place on March 19th, as part of the 2019 DHS S&T Cybersecurity and Innovation Showcase in Washington, D.C. Laurin Buchanan, Principal Investigator for Comic-BEE, attended the ceremony and accepted the award. “I am deeply honored by this acknowledgement of Comic-BEE’s broad potential on the cyber workforce pipeline, from K12 students to adults already in the workforce, including those reskilling for cyber work roles,” Ms. Buchanan said. “I am grateful for all the support and encouragement Comic-BEE has received from Doug Maughan and his [...]
Secure Decisions Demonstrates Newest Software Penetration Testing Technology at Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity Showcase
Secure Decisions, a division of Applied Visions, Inc. and a leader in cybersecurity research, will be participating in the 2019 S&T Cybersecurity and Innovation Showcase hosted by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology (S&T) Directorate, March 18-20, 2019 in Washington, D.C.
Secure Decisions releases new technology to help streamline and enhance web application penetration testing
Secure Decisions, has developed a new application security testing technology, the Attack Surface Detector (ASD), that enhances and streamlines software penetration testing. Developed under the DHS S&T Directorate’s multi-year funded ASTAM (Application Security Technologies and Metrics) program.
Secure Decisions Researcher Chris Horn to participate in DARPA workshop on AI in cyber security teams
Chris Horn was invited to participate in a two-day workshop organized by the DARPA ISAT Study Group. The purpose of the workshop is to explore the requirements for AI systems that act as a functioning member of a cyber security team.
Secure Decisions has received an award from the NSF under the SaTC: EDU Program. One of only ten projects funded in 2018 under this highly competitive program from NSF, the CyberMiSTS project aims to provide middle school Career and Technical Education (CTE) teachers with knowledge, skills, and tools they need to develop a cybersecurity curriculum that actively engages their students and exposes them to cybersecurity concepts and careers.
Secure Decisions wins DARPA R&D contract to discover human elements that contribute to software security
Secure Decisions has been selected by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) for a Phase I Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract to research why some software developers write software that is secure and sound, while others write software applications fraught with security vulnerabilities and quality issues.