Rebecca Clark, Claire Wills, and Shelby Caldwell attended the Women in CyberSecurity conference
Posted on April 18, 2022 by Keith Lynn
School of Computing students recently attended the Women in CyberSecurity (WiCyS)
Conference in Cleveland, Ohio March 17-19, along with faculty member Ms. Angela Clark.
The WiCyS organization's main focus is to recruit, retain and advance women in cybersecurity.
The annual WiCyS conference provides opportunities for students to attend workshops,
technical presentations, and networking events as well as a Career Fair. All three
students (Rebecca Clark, Claire Wills, and Shelby Caldwell) received scholarships
to attend the conference.
Claire Wills, graduate CIS student, presented her poster on "Identification of Clear Text Data Obfuscated Within Active File Slack." Her research mentor is Dr. Michael Black.
Undergraduate Computer Science student Rebecca Clark presented her research on "Exploring Side Channel Data for Detecting Malicious Software." Her research mentor is Dr. Todd McDonald. Rebecca received an Honorable Mention for her poster presentation.
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