Beyond CS

This page is for modules in the area of "Security beyond Computer Science. We are developing four modules in this area. The Beyond Computer Science team consists of: Professors Ping Chen (University of Massachusetts - Boston),  Farrukh Khan (Texas Southern University), Ernst Leiss (University of Houston), Wei W. Li (Texas Southern University) and Carlos Ordonez (University of Houston). 

We organized a Birds of a Feather session at ACM SIGCSE 2014, Privacy between technological capabilities and society's expectations and a tutorial session at the CCSC 2014, Privacy: the tension between technological capabilities and society's expectations

  1. Electronic Voting
  2. Internet Crime
  3. Watermarking Digital Objects
  4. Digital Content Protection
  5. Privacy Issues in Social Networks

Module outlines:

  1. Electronic Voting
  2. Internet Crime
  3. Digital Content Protection
  4. Inference Control Module
  5. Privacy in Social Networks

Modules (Lectures/Slides):   [Work in Progress]

  1. Electronic Voting
  2. Internet Crime
  3. Digital Content Protection
  4. Inference Control Module
  5. Privacy Issues in Social Networks

Houston Security Day Videos and Info:

We recently organized the Houston Security Day at the University of Houston on October 13th, 2015. There were 2 keynote speakers and their videos are available at [Houston Security Day Videos]. The program details are available here.

Evaluation forms are available here for both Instructors and Students to provide feedback.