Ming Chow is an associate teaching professor in the Tufts University Department of Computer Science. His areas of work are in web and mobile security and web and mobile engineering. He teaches courses largely in the undergraduate curriculum, including Data Structures, Web Programming, Web Engineering, Music Apps on the iPad, Mobile Medical Devices and Apps, Senior Capstone Project, and Introduction to Computer Security. His course Introduction to Game Development was named one of the nation’s coolest engineering courses by the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). He was also a web application developer for ten years at Harvard University. Chow has spoken at numerous organizations and conferences, including the HTCIA, OWASP, InfoSec World, Design Automation Conference (DAC), DEF CON, Intel, SOURCE, and BSides.
In 2013, there was a talk titled "We See the Future and it’s Not Pretty" given by Veracode. How true is that statement today? In this talk, we look at the last ten years in Cyber Security. What has changed, and more importantly, what has not changed? We will look at the changes in education, data privacy, application architecture, and also geopolitical matters to see how much we have progressed in Security --or not.