Friends and Colleagues in the Hampton Roads Community,
The Center of Excellence in Cyber security at Norfolk State University will be organizing the 2017 CASE (Cyber Analysis, Simulation and Experimentation) Workshop on June 7-8, 2017 to be held at the main campus in the General Education Building (700 Park Avenue, Norfolk, VA 23504). The theme for this year’s workshop is cyber psychology.
The 2017 Workshop will provide a platform for researchers and practitioners from academia, government and industry to discuss current advances in cyber psychology research and education. The workshop will provide a forum centered upon the need to advance science of security to generate/adapt psychology/criminology theories/models to cybersecurity. There is a lack of theories and models of user behavior in cyber environments to allow security solutions to classify user intent and capability, predict how users will react to certain stimuli and induce mitigating adversarial behavior. Security solutions will benefit from models of human behavior interacting with security systems which will provide insights into estimating impact of attack, attack objectives, appropriate response taken by defender, and predict future behavior. The workshop will provide participants insight into state-of-the art research at the intersection of psychology, forensics, sociology, modeling and cyber security. Registration information for both in-person and livestream attendance can be found at https://www.nsu.edu/cset/csetgraduate/cybersecurity/cyberworkshop2017. Registration is free with online registration--we hope to see you soon!
Thanks and best regards,
Dr. Scott Debb
Assistant Professor of Psychology