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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Computer Security-Focused Programming Assignments in Foundational CS Courses

    While the emphasis on computer security education within specialized courses is easy to justify and achieve, it is much more challenging to introduce these concepts across the computer science curriculum to begin to "Change the culture" of computer science students in order to create a foundational appreciation for and understanding...

    Provided By University of Alaska

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Development of an Interdisciplinary Information Technology Auditing Program

    This paper provided an example for the development of an interdisciplinary Information Technology (IT) Auditing curriculum by mapping the CNSSI /NSTISSI standards with the prevailing ISACA IT Auditing Model Curriculum. IT Auditing involves assisting public or private organizations in ensuring that their information technologies and business systems are adequately protected...

    Provided By University of Alaska

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    A Simple Model for the Reliability of an Infrastructure System Controlled by Agents

    A simple dynamic model of agent operation of an infrastructure system is presented. This system evolves over a long time scale by a daily increase in consumer demand that raises the overall load on the system and an engineering response to failures that involves upgrading of the components. The system...

    Provided By University of Alaska

  • White Papers // Sep 2007

    Hierarchal Boards

    The board of directors is a flat governance structure where each director has an equal vote in determining the collective actions taken by the group. Yet, some boards choose to delegate authority for specific tasks to committees, creating a hierarchal board. In contrast, other firms choose to create few, if...

    Provided By University of Alaska

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Computer Security-Focused Programming Assignments in Foundational CS Courses

    While the emphasis on computer security education within specialized courses is easy to justify and achieve, it is much more challenging to introduce these concepts across the computer science curriculum to begin to "Change the culture" of computer science students in order to create a foundational appreciation for and understanding...

    Provided By University of Alaska

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Development of an Interdisciplinary Information Technology Auditing Program

    This paper provided an example for the development of an interdisciplinary Information Technology (IT) Auditing curriculum by mapping the CNSSI /NSTISSI standards with the prevailing ISACA IT Auditing Model Curriculum. IT Auditing involves assisting public or private organizations in ensuring that their information technologies and business systems are adequately protected...

    Provided By University of Alaska

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    A Simple Model for the Reliability of an Infrastructure System Controlled by Agents

    A simple dynamic model of agent operation of an infrastructure system is presented. This system evolves over a long time scale by a daily increase in consumer demand that raises the overall load on the system and an engineering response to failures that involves upgrading of the components. The system...

    Provided By University of Alaska

  • White Papers // Sep 2007

    Hierarchal Boards

    The board of directors is a flat governance structure where each director has an equal vote in determining the collective actions taken by the group. Yet, some boards choose to delegate authority for specific tasks to committees, creating a hierarchal board. In contrast, other firms choose to create few, if...

    Provided By University of Alaska