Dr. Andrew Kalafut
I have broad research interests in Cybersecurity. Recently I have been working on investigating influences on peoples’ cybersecurity behaviors, and on perceptions of security. I am also interested in improving authentication systems. Additionally, I have done work on network security, especially DNS amplification attacks
I commonly teach:
- CIS 258 Introduction to Cybersecurity
- CIS 358 Information Assurance
- CIS 615 Information Security Principles
Graduate program director for MS Cybersecurity
Undergraduate program chair for BS Cybersecurity
Gardening (I have approximately 7000 sq ft of garden space)
- Mostafa El-Said, Xinli Wang, Samah Mansour, and Andrew Kalafut. 2021. Building an Impersonation Attack and Defense Testbed for Vehicle To Vehicle Systems. In Proceedings of the 22st Annual Conference on Information Technology Education (SIGITE '21). Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, 65–66.
- Schymik, Gregory; Du, Jie; and Kalafut, Andrew, "Location Based Services and the Health Belief Model Based Investigation of Student Intentions and Behaviors" (2019). AMCIS 2019 Proceedings. 6.
- McFarland, Douglas; Shue, Craig; and Kalafut, Andrew, “The best bang for the byte: Characterizing the potential of DNS amplification attacks” (2017). Computer Networks. Volume 116, pages 12-21.