The following IA projects, research papers, and thesis prove that there is recent work being performed by students at PUPR on information assurance and security related topics.
Database Security Project: SQL Injection by Raquel Forester, Jeniffer Sanchez, and Eddalis Batista. October 2008
Encryption in Database Systems: Demonstration Using a Medical Insurance Database. October, 2008
Multilevel Security Database. October 2008.
Approximate Matching of Foremost File Carving Software by Jose Mayoral. October, 2008.
Data Extraction from Social Networks by Leonardo Perez, Victor Serrano. May, 2008.
Electronic Voting System by Raquel Bonilla, Milton Morales, and Jorge Salgado. October 2008.
Introduction to Information Security. August 2008
Introduction to Database Security. August 2008
Statistical Database Security. September 2008
Cryptography in Data Base. October 2008
Object-Oriented Database Security. October 2008.
Database Cryptography: Applied to Electronic Medical Records by Osvaldo Fraticelli, Tito Fuentes, Jose Medina, and Jose Pagan. October, 2008.
Master Thesis in IA
Combining Phones, Syllable and Phonological Features in Speech recognition using Neural Networks by Arturo Geigel. December, 2008.
Performance Enhancement for Linux Netfilter-Based Firewalls by Víctor Jiménez Ramos. November 2008 (ongoing research).
Radio Frequency Identification Architecture for Automated Checkout by Eduardo Méndez García. November 2008 (ongoing research).
Website Hardening Against SQL Injection and Other Attacks by Juan C. Moreno. November 2008 (ongoing research).
Fostering Research and Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education by Sandra Bonilla. November 2008 (ongoing research).
Periphery Phonemes as Discriminant Features in Speaker Recognition by Luis Vega. November 2008 (ongoing research).