CS@Mines Cyber Camp 2023

Exploring IoT: Data Security and Privacy Camp

Program Overview

Dr. Dong Chen, along with PhD students Qi Li and Keyang Yu, will be leading a cyber camp for high school teachers and students this summer with the topic “Exploring IoT: Data Security and Privacy.” A total of 10 teachers, and 10 students by recruit, will learn a variety of cyber security concepts and have the opportunity for hands on analysis. We strive to broaden participation in STEM and encourage applications from individuals from underrepresented communities.


What you will do

Participants will attend the camp at Colorado School of Mines. There is no cost to attend the camp and lunch will be included. The topics covered each day include:

Day 1: Introduction to Data Security and Privacy in IoT systems (Concepts, Principles, Attacks, Threats).
Hands on: Traffic Data Collection
Day 2: IoT Systems Data Analytics and Networking Concepts. (Analysis, Inference Attacks).
Hands on: Data Analysis and Adversarial ML Attack
Day 3: AI-powered Attack Defending and Mitigating (Attacks and Threats Preventing).
Hands on: AI models, Defending models.


Key Dates

  • Applications are due June 30, 2023
  • Camp dates: July 11-13
  • Time: 9:00am-3:00pm
  • Cost:  Free & lunch included

For more information contact, Christine Liebe, Ph.D., cliebe@mines.edu

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