New SPLICE Paper on Detecting Electronic Devices in Homes Using Harmonic Radar Technology

Phones, cameras, internet websites, and other devices constantly collect user data. The advent of so-called ‘Smart Things’ enables increasingly sensitive data to be collected inside the most private of spaces: the home. The first step in helping users regain control of their information that is collected inside their home is to alert them to the… Read More New SPLICE Paper on Detecting Electronic Devices in Homes Using Harmonic Radar Technology

New SPLICE paper on Engaging Underrepresented Students in Cybersecurity

To increase minority students’ participation, particularly African Americans in cyber fields, STEM engineering education requires a new approach to student learning. Students learn best when they are actively involved in the learning process. The concept of gamification is an emerging alternative approach that adds game elements to traditional instruction, engaging students in learning engineering concepts.… Read More New SPLICE paper on Engaging Underrepresented Students in Cybersecurity

New SPLICE paper on Security and Privacy Attitudes

Many studies of mobile security and privacy are, for simplicity, limited to either only Android users or only iOS users. However, it is not clear whether there are systematic differences in the privacy and security knowledge or preferences of users who select these two platforms. Understanding these differences could provide important context about the generalizability… Read More New SPLICE paper on Security and Privacy Attitudes