Jonathan Keirre Adams

Jonathan Keirre Adams
Marymount University | MU

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Introduction
I currently teach undergraduate coursework and research cybersecurity. Current research interests: mobile device security, usable security, security awareness & ethics in computing Prior to attending Marymount, I earned a MS in Computer Science from Howard University and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Science from Benedict College.
Additional affiliations
January 2020 - December 2022
George Mason University
Position
  • Adjunct Faculty
Description
  • Teach MIS 320 Networks & Security
January 2019 - present
Northern Virginia Community College
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
January 2011 - September 2011
University of Maryland Global Campus
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
August 2001 - December 2002
Howard University
Field of study
  • Computer Science
August 1996 - May 2001
Benedict College
Field of study
  • Computer Information Science

Publications

Publications (4)
Preprint
Public wireless access points are commonly provided by governments, businesses, schools and other organizations and provide access to the Internet for numerous use cases and can present varying degrees of risk to users. While there are steps that can be taken to mitigate public Wi-Fi risks, ranging from avoidance to the application of end-to-end en...
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Public wireless access points are commonly provided by governments, businesses, schools and other organizations and provide access to the Internet for numerous use cases and can present varying degrees of risk to users. While there are steps that can be taken to mitigate public Wi-Fi risks, ranging from avoidance to the application of end-to-end en...
Conference Paper
Significant research has been done in the area of Role Based Access Control [RBAC]. Within this research there has been a thread of work focusing on adding parameters to the role and permissions within RBAC. The primary benefit of parameter support in RBAC comes in the form of a significant increase in specificity in how permissions may be granted....
Conference Paper
Significant research has been done in the area of Role Based Access Control [RBAC]. Within this research there has been a thread of work focusing on adding parameters to the role and permissions within RBAC. The primary benefit of parameter support in RBAC comes in the form of a significant increase in specificity in how permissions may be granted....