2016 Symposium Posters

Posters > 2016

Assessing Secure Programming Knowledge with Pre- and Post-Surveys


Primary Investigator:
Melissa Dark

Project Members
Lauren M. Stuart, Dr. Melissa Dark, Dr. Matt Bishop
In order to rate effectiveness of secure programming instruction, we must determine what students know before and after the instruction. To that end, this work starts on a concept inventory -- that is, a question bank for assessing students' knowledge. The question bank will develop as it is applied to student assessment and evaluated for accuracy. At time of presentation, this question bank will have been applied as pre-tests for instantiations of a secure programming clinic at three different institutions. This project is part of the larger Secure Programming Clinic project, also a poster in this session.

Our annual information security symposium will take place on April 3rd and 4th, 2018.
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN