Maurice Dawson and ITM Students Present at ITNG Program
Assistant Professor of Information Technology and Management Maurice Dawson presented five papers during the 17th International Conference on Information Technology: New Generations, a virtual conference that took place April 6–8, 2020.
Dawson, who is the director of Illinois Tech's Center for Cyber Security and Forensics Education, presented during two of the four cybersecurity sessions in addition to the Short Papers II session. Among Dawson's collaborators are three ITM alumni and one current ITM student.
Here are the papers that Dawson presented:
- “Assessment of National Crime Reporting System: Detailed Analysis of Communication,” with Pedro Taveras and David Galan Berasaluce (M.A.S. ITM ’19)
- “Assessment of National Crime Reporting System: Detailed Analysis of the Mobile Application,“ with Taveras and Clément Deltel (M.A.S. ITM ’19)
- “Assessment of National Crime Reporting System: Detailed Analysis of the Desktop Application,” with Francisco García Martínez (M.A.S. ITM ’19) and Taveras
- “Toward Effective Cybersecurity Education in Saudi Arabia,” with Mohammad Zarour, Mamdouh Alenezi, and Izzat Alsmadi
- “Affordable Mobile Data Collection Platform and IT Training in Benin: Analysis of Performance and Usability,” with Andreas Vassilakos (ITM/M.A.S. CYF 5th Year) and Damon Walker
Additionally, Akvile Kiskis (ITM/M.A.S. CYF ’19) presented her paper titled “Android Microphone Eavesdropping.”
To learn more about the program, visit the website.