PhD, Computer Science, Purdue University (2002)
MS, Computer Science, Purdue University (1999)
BS, Computer Science, Southwest Missouri State University (1995)
Information assurance and security, network attribution, scalable laboratory systems for education, education of first-year computer engineers
Core Research Area: Secure and reliable computing
Strategic Research Area: Cyber infrastructure
Wang, W. and T. E. Daniels. A Graph-based Approach Towards Network Forensic Analysis. ACM Trans. Information System Security 12, no. 1, (October 2008): Article no. 4.
Al-Kofahim, M., S. Chang, and T. E. Daniels. SCWIM: An Integrity Model for SOA Networks. In Proc. IEEE International Conference on Web Services, Beijing, China, September 23-26, 2008.
Gaspar, A., S. Langevin, W. Armitage, R. Sekar, and T. Daniels. The Role of Virtualization in Computing Education. In Proc. ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Portland, OR, March 12-15, 2008.
Anderson, B., T. Gillespie, and T. Daniels. The Role of Information Warfarew in Information Assurance Education: A Legal and Ethical Perspective. In P roc. 2007 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Honolulu, HI, June 2007.
Tang, Y. and T. Daniels. On the Economic Placement of Monitors in Router Level Network Topologies. In Proc. 1st Workshop on the Economics of Securing the Information Infrastructure, Washington, D.C., October 23-24, 2006.
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