DFEI Ethics Roundtables - Remote Learning of Ethical Decision-Making in Cybersecurity (ONLINE)

Online Case Study of Responsible Disclosure

Remote Learning of Ethical Decision-Making in Cybersecurity

Online Case Study of Responsible Disclosure

Featuring Ethics Fellow Gedare Bloom, Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Date: Tuesday, February 16 2-3 pm Location: Virtual using Zoom

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Learn about the ongoing development of a remote learning platform for students to self-study ethical decision-making. The prototype for this platform is being designed around the topic of responsible disclosure in the practice of cybersecurity research or ethical hacking.

Join us for an overview of responsible disclosure, discussion of the case study, and overview of the remote learning platform’s design and progress toward implementation.

Presented by Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Collegiate Program at UCCS College of Business

DFEI Ethics Roundtables are held throughout the academic year and open to all UCCS faculty, staff, Southern Colorado Ethics Consortium schools and Air Force Academy faculty with the intent to share their best practices, classroom experiences, subject specific course materials, and address specific concerns. Roundtables provide UCCS faculty and staff along with invited guests the opportunity to hear about how others teach ethics and implement principle based ethics in their work or area of expertise.

Nathan S. Evans
Nathan S. Evans
Teaching Assistant Professor, University of Denver

Research includes networking, network security, software security and systems.