M. E. Kabay, PhD , CISSP-ISSMP                                                                                           (Portrait)

Professor of Computer Information Systems

[Specializing in Information Assurance & Applied Statistics]

School of Business & Management

College of Professional Schools

Norwich University

 

CURRENT SCHEDULE & OFFICE HOURS

CONTACT INFORMATION

 

Contact info
Courses

CV

Cyberwatch

Ethics

Fun

InfoSec Perception

IYIR

Methods

NetworkWorld Archive

Opinion

Ops Mgmt

Overviews

Security Mgmt

 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE

HRC

HUMAN RIGHTS CAMPAIGN

WORKING FOR LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL AND TRANSGENDER EQUAL RIGHTS

 

ACLU

AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION

 

Vermont Public Radio

VERMONT PUBLIC RADIO

SUMMER 2018 COURSE LINK:  

IA340 -- Introduction to Information Assurance

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LATEST FILE UPDATES:

June 2018: Creating GIFT files for Importing Questions/Answers from Excel Into Learning Management Systems -- The NUoodle (a variant of Moodle) learning management system (LMS) accepts questions in several formats, including GIFT (General Import Format Technology). This spreadsheet provides an easy way to create multiple-choice questions with five answers, check for duplicate answers, keep track of the source for every question, randomize the questions (without answers) to create review sheets, and generate TXT files in GIFT mode for import into the LMS quizzes.

June 2018: Added link in CV page to an anonymized operations-management report from 1989.

Apr 2018: Fun section opens -- 30 years of collecting funny stuff

Mar 2018: LGBTQIA Scholarships -- from accreditedschoolsonline.org

Mar 2018: The solo traveler's guide to keep you and your cards safe -- from creditcards.com

Feb 2018: 10 Tips to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft -- from Purdue University w/ thanks to Kaplan University for the link

Feb 2018: Mail Center Security -- physical and operational security guidance from the USPIS

Feb 2018: LGBTQ Student Resources from the Center for School, College & Career Resources.

Dec 2017: link to Student Activism in School: Getting Your Voice Heard contributed by Kate Mitchell added to Ethics page. Tools for supporting diversity & anti-racism, environmentalism & sustainability, LGBTQ & gender equality, politics & government, sexual health & safety, and social-justice movements.

Dec 2017: Net Neutrality: a clear explanation added to Opinion page.

Dec 2017: link to Guide to Online Research added to Methods page.

Dec 2017: link to Plagiarism on Campus: Resources to Help Detect, Prevent and Avoid Classroom Plagiarism for Teachers and Students added to Ethics page.

Dec 2017: link to 15+ Unobvious Consequences of Plagiarism in Academia added to Ethics page

Nov 2017: Student presentations from IA455 Fall 2017 class available        HTML

Oct 2017: Added link to tutorials on successful job searches to Overviews section        HTML

Sep 2017: Added links to Cyberdegrees.org resources in IA Education in a {Rec,Depr}ession        PDF        HTML

Aug 2017: Converting firstname & lastname to < lastname, firstname >      XLSX

Aug 2017: How Telcos Can Stop Caller-ID Spoofing in Robocalls

July 2017: Net Neutrality banner added to home page

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Click here for a list of brief descriptions of each section of the Web site and a link to a narrated PowerPoint show explaining what's where.
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LinkedIn Profile (professionals I've worked with & and former* students welcome to link)
* Current students: I don't accept linkages because I do NOT want certain students to be perceived as advantaged or disadvantaged on the basis of LinkedIn links. Just wait 'til you graduate and I'll be happy to link! In the meantime, use Facebook, where I have no restrictions on students.   

FACEBOOK      Topical magazine-like pages where I store new reference materials for courses, funny stuff, pictures of critters, & postings about science, environmental protection, animal welfare, human rights, anti-racism, anti-homophobia, transgender rights, politics and anything else that I think is interesting.
Students: I welcome you to follow my pages but generally avoid following student pages so I don't invade your privacy.
Everyone: I do NOT post intimate details such as what kind of toilet paper I use, pictures of my shoes, or opinions about restaurants.

FAVORITE CHARITIES:      Amnesty International    American Civil Liberties Union      American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals   Animal Welfare Institute    Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund      The Gorilla Foundation      Human Rights Campaign      Humane Society      International Primate Protection League     League of Conservation Voters    National Association for the Advancement of Colored People     National Organization for Women    National Wildlife Federation    Sierra Club        Sudan Medical Relief          Vermont Public Radio    World Wildlife Fund_____________________________________________________________________

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The opinions expressed in any of the writings on this Web site represent the author?s opinions and do not necessarily represent the opinions or positions of his employers, associates, colleagues, students, relatives, friends, enemies, cats, dog or plants. Materials copyrighted by M. E. Kabay from this Website may be freely used for non-commercial teaching (i.e., specifically in any courses for academic credit or in free industry training at workshops or within organizations) but may not be re-posted on any Website or used in commercial training (where participants must pay fees for participation in the conference or workshop or where the instructor is paid) without express written permission. Any unauthorized sale of these copyrighted materials will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.

Updated 2018-06-21