With the support of the USMA Cyber Research Center, 2LT Matt Shockley and 2LT Chris Maixner (both with degrees in computer science) presented the findings from their honors-thesis research at the 9th ACM CCS International Workshop on Managing Insider Security Threats in Dallas, Texas. Their work involved developing a software system which permits users legitimate access to confidential information while preventing them from misusing that information, such as by sharing it with an unauthorized third party. To accomplish this without disturbing benign users or other software, presented a number of challenges which they describe in a paper published in the workshop proceedings. The 2017 USMA Cyber Defense Exercise team put VisorFlow into practice where it prevented 2,940 malicious events. 2LT Shockley and 2LT Maixner have released under an open source license the entire VisorFlow system along with VisorFlow’s companion library, guestrace. Guestrace consolidates many techniques used by VisorFlow in a way which allows other software developers to make use of them.
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Spring Lacy joined Prudential in June 2013 as Vice President of Corporate & Community Engagement. Her responsibilities include providing strategic leadership and oversight in the execution of domestic and global employee and corporate engagement activities. In this role, she is responsible for all employee volunteer and recognition programs, including Dollars for Doers, Prudential’s national board placement program and other projects that help build the capacity of the nonprofit sector. Lacy also provides leadership for a team of relationship managers who work with the businesses to identify opportunities to address social needs while meeting business objectives.