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Saturday, Feb 22, 2020

Bright Future Graduation Ceremony

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This will (probably) be the last session of this year working in this app. We'll be storing and retrieving recipe information that we "favorite" in our app. This will include UI, frontend, backend, and DB development steps

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Omer Mansoor Ansari


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The Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model for telecommunications provides a conceptual framework of how computer systems communicate. The first layer, also known as the Physical Layer, prescribes methods for the transmission of data streams through various physical mediums. One transmission medium is the electromagnetic spectrum where data is passed through Radio Frequency (RF) transmissions. Many computer and network systems depend on RF energy at the Physical Layer for communication, monitoring, and control. The dependence on RF transmissions in modern-day computer systems warrants a fundamental understanding (framework) of the nature of RF energy and the electromagnetic spectrum, particularly from a cyber security perspective. The framework for RF awareness in a Cyber Security training program should include a basic understanding of the phenomenon of electromagnetic energy, fundamental concepts (such as frequency, wavelength, modulation, and attenuation), general RF applications in computer networks, and RF visualization in both the time and frequency domains. Additional reinforcement of RF concepts should include hands-on training with spectrum analyzers, Software Defined Radios (SDR), and RF hardware devices. Finally, a framework for RF awareness should include known system vulnerabilities, exploits, and potential for Denial of Service (DoS) attacks.


Omar Mansoor Ansari

Assistant Professor in Practice, The University of Texas at San Antonio Dr. William (Bill) Pugh is currently an Assistant Professor in Practice within the Information Systems and Cyber Security program at The University of Texas at San Antonio. Bill holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Louisiana Tech University, a Master of Science in Information.

Tuesday February 18, 2020 8:30am - 9:15am

Hal #2 7 Hope Blvd, Galveston, TX 77554, USA

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Event Details

Type: Conference

Start Date: Feb/22/2020

End Date: Feb/24/2020

Start Time: 09:00 AM

End Time: 09:30 PM



House #6 Left, Lane 6, Street 13، Kabul 1007, Afghanistan

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Saturday, Feb 22 · 10:00 AM

Bright Future Graduation Ceremony