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Wednesday July 17, 2024 1:05pm - 1:50pm EDT
For more than twenty years, we have been asking our students to consider the following question.  If you could use a computer to steal enough money that neither you nor any member of your family would ever have to work again, AND you would not be caught, would you steal the money?  Unfortunately, the answers to that question have changed over the last twenty years. This question illustrates one of the major issues that confounds our discussion of Cyber Ethics and that is the issue of a lack of consequences.  In this presentation, we will present and discuss the learning outcomes expected of the ACM curriculum guidelines for Societal Computing (Cyber Ethics) along with some approaches that we have found successful to accomplish these learning outcomes.  We will also discuss the challenges associated with teaching topics such as Consequentialism to students that view cyberspace as a world without consequences.
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Prem Uppuluri

Professor, Radford University
Dr. Prem Uppuluri is a Professor at Radford University, Coordinator of the Center for Information Security at Radford University. He led the development of the Undergraduate Certificate in Cybersecurity, the Competency Based Cybersecurity Certificate of the Vinod Chachra IMPACT lab... Read More →
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Joe Chase

Professor, Department of Information Technology, Radford University
Dr. Joe Chase is a Professor in the School of Computing and Information Sciences at Radford University. Dr. Chase serves Director of the Computer Science Program and Co-Director of the RUSecure CTF Contests for high school and community college students. He received his Ph.D. from... Read More →
Wednesday July 17, 2024 1:05pm - 1:50pm EDT
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