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    • Project-Based Learning Continues to Inspire Cybersecurity Students: The 2018–2019 SFS Research Studies at UMBC 

      Golaszewski, Enis; Sherman, Alan T.; Oliva, Linda; Peterson, Peter A. H.; Bailey, Michael R.; Bohon, Scott; Bonyadi, Cyrus; Borror, Casey; Coleman, Ryan; Flenner, Johannah; Enamorado, Elias; Eren, Maksim E.; Khan, Mohammad; Larbi, Emmanuel; Marshall, Kyle; Morgan, William; Mundy, Lauren; Onana, Gabriel; Orr, Selma Gomez; Parker, Lauren; Pinkney, Caleb; Rather, Mykah; Rodriguez, Jimmy; Solis, Bryan; Tete, Wubnyonga; Tsega, Tsigereda B.; Valdez, Edwin; Varga, Charles K.; Weber, Brian; Wnuk-Fink, Ryan; Yonkeu, Armand; Zetlmeisl, Lindsay; Doyle, Damian; O'Brien, Casey; Roundy, Joseph; Suess, Jack
    • The SFS Summer Research Study at UMBC: Project-Based Learning Inspires Cybersecurity Students 

      Sherman, Alan; Golaszewski, Enis; LaFemina, Edward; Goldschen, Ethan; Khan, Mohammed; Mundy, Lauren; Rather, Mykah; Solis, Bryan; Tete, Wubnyonga; Valdez, Edwin; Weber, Brian; Doyle, Damian; O’Brien, Casey; Oliva, Linda; Roundy, Joseph; Suess, Jack (2018-11-12)
      May 30-June 2, 2017, Scholarship for Service (SFS) scholars at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) analyzed the security of a targeted aspect of the UMBC computer systems. During this hands-on study, with ...