Join CSIAC on Wednesday, October 14 at 1100 EDT for a webinar presentation titled, "Software Bill of Materials (SBOM)." Please register in advance at https://www.anymeeting.com/PIID=EF55D982834D30.
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Held every October, Cybersecurity Awareness Month is a collaborative effort between government, academia and industry to ensure every American has the resources they need to stay safe and secure online while increasing the resilience of the Nation against cyber threats. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the National Cyber
Join CSIAC on Thursday, Sept. 17 at 1300 EDT for a webinar presentation titled, "Threat Intelligence Program." Please register in advance at https://www.anymeeting.com/PIID=EF54DD89824F3E. This webinar covers important building blocks to establish, maintain, and manage a threat intelligence program at your organization.
During this roundtable discussion, Dr. James Fawcett describes different conceptual models that underlie the Rust programming language. Exemplars are used to illustrate how the models describe aspects of the language for effective use. In this podcast, five core fundamental models are presented: Type Safety; Ownership; Object Model; Generics and Code
Join CSIAC and the Homeland Defense and Security Information Analysis Center (HDIAC) on Tuesday, August 25th, at 1200 EDT for a combined webinar presentation titled "Big Data and Big Implications for Bio-cybersecurity." Please register in advance for the webinar at: https://www.anymeeting.com/PIID=EF53DD87844A31. In this webinar, Professor James Giordano
This webinar provides an overview of Adversarial Machine Learning (AML), its relationship to Generative (Deep) Learning, and ways to view AML as a potential enabler for deploying more comprehensive system-level Machine Learning capabilities. The basic ideas driving AML and the system-level architecture needs of an effective integrated ML capability are
This 5-part video series entitled Rust Models by Dr. James Fawcett, describes different conceptual models that underlie the Rust programming language. Discussion with exemplars is used to illustrate how the models describe aspects of the language for effective use. In this series, five core fundamental models are presented: Type Safety, Ownership, Object
Cyberphysical security challenges intersecting the Internet and the electricity grid - and therefore, all critical infrastructures - require multi-stakeholder public-private partnerships across the nation to protect against known clear and present dangers. Cyberphysical infrastructure testbeds must engage industry and the research community, address legacy
This video discusses Rust "Generic Types", a language facility for defining types that depend on a parameter specified at compile time. Rust Generics are similar to generic types used in Java and C#, but unlike C++ templates which support specialization.
This video discusses the Rust Object model and language facilities for representing user-defined types. Rust does not have support for classes, but does provide structs, which are similar to classes used in other object-oriented languages like C++. "Traits" are similar to interfaces or abstract classes and support polymorphic operations. Rust provides