Housed in the B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences, the Department of Computing Security offers bachelor's and master's degrees in computing security.

History

In 2007 RIT became the first university in the US to offer a BS degree in computing security through its Department of Networking, Security and Systems Administration department. The department changed its name to Department of Computing Security in 2012.

Dates of Existence

2007-present

Previous Names

Department of Networking, Security and Systems Administration (2006-2012)

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Documents from 2018

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Guard Sets in Tor using AS Relationships, Mohsen Imani, Armon Barton, and Matthew Wright

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BATSEN: Modifying the BATMAN Routing Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks, Nelson Henry Powell III

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Using Packet Timing Information in Website Fingerprinting, Mohammad Saidur Rahman

Documents from 2017

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Adding Security to Control Area Network of Vehicles by Using SHA-3, Aidin Ameri

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Pencil Puzzles for Introductory Computer Science: an Experience- and Gender-Neutral Context, Zachary Butler, Ivona Bezáková, and Kimberly Fluet

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Distributed Detection of Sensor Worms Using Sequential Analysis and Remote Software Attestations, Jun-Won Ho and Matthew Wright

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Smart Grid Privacy through Distributed Trust, Benjamin Lipton

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LiLAC: Lightweight Low-Latency Anonymous Chat, John P. Podolanko, Revanth Pobala, Hussain Mucklai, George Danezis, and Matthew Wright

(Work in Progress) An Insight into the Authentication Performance and Security Perception of Older Users, Sovantharith Seng, Sadia Ahmed, Mahdi Nasrullah Al-Ameen, and Matthew Wright

Documents from 2016

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Android Malware Detection Using Category-Based Machine Learning Classifiers, Huda Ali Alatwi

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An Extended Discussion on a High-Capacity Covert Channel for the Android Operating System, Timothy Heard and Daryl Johnson

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Covert Channel in HTTP User-Agents, Susan Heilman, Jonathan Williams, and Daryl Johnson

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Advance Android PHAs/Malware Detection Techniques by Utilizing Signature Data, Behavioral Patterns and Machine Learning, Suyash Jadhav

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Covert Channel using Man-In-The-Middle over HTTPS, Matthew Johnson, Peter Lutz, and Daryl Johnson

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A Hands-On Approach to Computing Security Education: Metasploit Module Development, Jonathan Waggoner, Bill Stackpole, and Daryl Johnson

Documents from 2015

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A Covert Channel in the Worldwide Public Switched Telephone Network Dial Plan, Bryan Harmat, Jared Stroud, and Daryl Johnson

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Gamified Digital Forensics Course Modules for Undergraduates, Yin Pan, David Schwartz, and Sumita Mishra

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Authorized Access and the Challenges of Health Information Systems, Ryan Shelc

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Crowdsourcing Computer Security Attack Trees, Matthew Tentilucci, Nick Roberts, Shreshth Kandari, Daryl Johnson, Bill Stackpole, and George Markowsky

Documents from 2014

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Dictionary Attacks and Password Selection, Tarun Madiraju

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Web Browser Private Mode Forensics Analysis, Emad Sayed Noorulla

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Performance of Meshed Tree Protocols for Loop Avoidance in Switched Networks, Kuhu Sharma, Bill Stackpole, Daryl Johnson, Nirmala Shenoy, and Bruce Hartpence

Documents from 2013

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HTTP man-in-the-middle code execution, Brian Adeloye

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Usefulness of teaching security awareness for middle school students, Hani Alhejaili

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A Dynamic, Broad Spectrum Approach to Covert Channels, Christopher Hoffman

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Rule-based conditional trust with OpenPGP., Andrew Jackson

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A Forensic Comparison: Windows 7 and Windows 8, Peter J. Wilson

Documents from 2012

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A Behavior Based Covert Channel within Anti-Virus Updates, D. Anthony, D. Johnson, P. Lutz, and B. Yuan

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A Physical Channel in a Digital World, Michael Deffenbaugh, Daryl Johnson, Bo Yuan, and Peter Lutz

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A Practical study of the problems of current internet routing tables, Arnav Ghosh

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Providing public key certificate authorization and policy with DNS, Matthew Lidestri

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Webpage Source Based Covert Channel, Tarun Madiraju, Daryl Johnson, Bo Yuan, and Peter Lutz

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UPnp Port Manipulation as a Covert Channel, Steven Monette, Daryl Johnson, Peter Lutz, and Bo Yuan

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NAT Denial of Service: An Analysis of Translation Table Behavior on Multiple Platforms, Nathan Winemiller, Bruce Hartpence, Daryl Johnson, and Sumita Mishra

Documents from 2011

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Browser web storage vulnerability investigation: HTML5 localStorage object, Daryl Johnson

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The Assembly and provisioning of a red team, Daryl Johnson

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Network Based Malware Defense, Thomas Tufts

Documents from 2010

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A Covert Channel in RTP Protocol, Chrisopher Forbes, Bo Yuan, Daryl Johnson, and Peter Lutz

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A Re-examination of network address translation security, Daryl Johnson and Bruce Hartpence

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Covert channels in the HTTP network protocol: Channel characterization and detecting man-in-the-middle attacks, Daryl Johnson, Bo Yuan, Peter Lutz, and Erik Brown

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Computer forensics technologies for personally identifiable information detection and audits, Yin Pan, Bill Stackpole, and Luther Troell

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ICMP Covert Channel Resiliency, Kristian Stokes, Bo Yuan, Daryl Johnson, and Peter Lutz

Documents from 2009

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Understanding malware autostart techniques with web data extraction, Matthew Gottlieb

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Behavior-Based Covert Channel in Cyberspace, Daryl Johnson, Bo Yuan, and Peter Lutz

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Towards virtual machine integrity using introspection, Sammy Lin

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Data center design & enterprise networking, Christian Mahood

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Computing laboratory sustainability & utilization: initiatives for a greener education, Kristian Stokes

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A Framework for data decay in client-server model, Matthew Taber

Documents from 2008

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Evaluation of virtual routing appliances as routers virtual environment, Ahmed Al-Amoudi

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Role-based file archiving, Jean Paul Bourget

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Studying a Virtual Testbed for Unverified Data, William Carl Bridges

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NSSA Faculty Involvement in IT Security Auditing at RIT, Daryl Johnson and Yin Pan

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Differential virtualization for large-scale system modeling, Jason Koppe

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The Development of a graduate course on identity management for the Department of Networking, Security, and Systems Administration, Marsha Mitchell

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Deep freeze and the NSSA Labs, Jay Snell

Documents from 2006

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An Asymptotic Secrecy Model and Intelligent Systems, Bo Yuan

Documents from 2005

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A Covert Channel in Packet Switching Data Networks, Bo Yuan and Peter Lutz

Documents from 2003

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Forensic course development, Luther Troell, Yin Pan, and Bill Stackpole