Regent University's Engineering & Computer Science department shared cybersecurity tips with Southside Daily’s local online news website for their article titled, "Here's how you can protect your electronic devices – Diligence need to keep personal information safe." The article focused on things people should and should not do to secure their personal computers against malware, viruses, and hackers looking to access their personal information. The author, Rami Yoakum, wanted to provide basic tips for people that may not have great computer and technology skills. The article was featured on May 17, 2018.
Mr. Colin DeLeon gave a remote presentation titled, “Blockchain and the Protection of Patient Information: Using Blockchain to Protect the Information of Patients in Line with HIPAA,” at the International Conference on Software Security and Assurance (ICSSA 2018), Seoul Women’s University, Seoul, Republic of Korea on July 26-27, 2018.
On 22 February, Professor Saur of the Regent Department of Engineering and Computer Science, addressed a meeting of the Virginia Ship Repair Association as part of Regent’s ongoing outreach and interaction with local industry. His talk focused on the personal aspects of cybersecurity as they relate to our use of technology in our everyday life; using cell phones for purchases, online banking, social media, etc.
On 21 February, Mr. Luke Downing, President of mode5 IT Support Company, spoke at Regent’s February Engineering and Computer Science Forum. In his talk, Mr. Downing covered the many ways that cyber attacks can impact small businesses, and the many ways in which mode5, as an IT support company, works to support their small business clients.
On 10-11 October, Professor Joe Saur participated in a NATO-sponsored workshop conducted on the campus of Norfolk State University.
Dr. Choi published an article “IT Education and Research Directions in American Colleges“ in KSEA Letters.
Dr. Choi Was Invited to the International Conferences as Technical Program Co-Chair and Technical Program Committee Member: ICGHIT 2018 and NOMS 2018
Professor Young Choi of the Department of Engineering & Computer Science, College of Arts & Sciences presented research results with his students at the MTMI (Modern Technology and Management Institute, Inc.) 2017 International Conference held at a Resort Hotel in Virginia Beach, Virginia during September 22-23, 2017.
I was invited to the following two IT education and research related workshops supported by National Science Foundation (NSF) which was held at Penn State Altoona this summer.
It is a quite pleasant opportunity for a professor to present exciting research topics at an international technical conference and mingle with prominent scientists and engineers from all around the nation and a foreign country during a hot summer vacation.