Projects conducted by undergraduates in the COVA CCI research program for Spring 2024.

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A Case Study of the CRASHOVERRIDE Malware, Its Effects and Possible Countermeasures

Samuel Rector, Tidewater Community College

A Design Science Approach to Investigating Decentralized Identity Technology

Janelle Krupicka, William & Mary

Analyzing the Role of Cybersecurity in Correctional Facilities

Jaysia I. LeeHeung, Old Dominion University

Data Profits vs. Privacy Rights: Ethical Concerns in Data Commerce

Amiah Armstrong, Old Dominion University

High-Resolution and Quality Settings with Latent Consistency Models

Steven Chen, Old Dominion University
Junrui Zhang, Old Dominion University
Rui Ning, Old Dominion University

Investigating Vulnerabilities in the Bluetooth Host Layer in Linux

Jack DiBari, Old Dominion University

Predictive AI Applications for SAR Cases in the US Coast Guard

Joshua Nelson, Old Dominion University

Profiling Cybercriminals: Behavioral Analysis and Motivations Behind Cybercrime Activities

A'shya Latrice Reynolds, Old Dominion University

The Ethical and Legal Implications of IoT Data in Business Organizations

Kennedy Bellamy, Old Dominion University

The Role of OSINT in Criminal Investigations: Leveraging Open-Source Data to Combat Cybercrime and Organized Criminal Activities

Azariah Vaughan, Norfolk State University

The Security of Deep Neural Networks

Jalaya Allen, Norfolk State University

The Vulnerabilities of Artificial Intelligence Models and Potential Defenses

Felix Iov, William & Mary

What Students Have to Say on Data Privacy for Educational Technology

Stephanie Choi, William & Mary