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Cory Sabol Presenting at IEEE Southeast Con

Cory Sabol, an undergraduate majoring in Computer Science, will be presenting his research on cyber identity at the 2016 IEEE SoutheastCon, being held March 30-April 3 in Norfolk, VA. Cory’s paper is entitled “Group Access Control Using WebID,” describing his work with semantic web technologies and the problem of delegating access control to groups of agents on the web. Agents on the web are represented using WebID’s which are unique identifiers for things on the web, and is standard technology used in HTTPS and TLS. Cory’s research started in the summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program at NC A&T University, where he worked with Dr. Albert Esterline in A&T’s Raven Lab. REU programs are a great way for students to get research experience over the summer, and are available at several universities around the country. For a full list of REU sites supported by the National Science Foundation, see the NSF REU Search site.