Biography

Samuel has an Adjunct Faculty appointment in the Department of Computer Science, College of Engineering, at NC State University.  His area of expertise is in Cyber Security and he has taught a number of courses involving computer and network security.  As a security practitioner, Samuel believes in an active learning method of instruction that balances theory and practice. 

Courses taught:  Courses Taught:  (CSC297) Cybersecurity Topics - Identity and Access Management, (CSC297) Cybersecurity Topics - Cybersecurity Practicum, (CSC405) Computer Security, (CSC474) Network Security, (CSC402) Network and Security Projects (Senior Design), (CSC499) Independent Research Study.  He has also guest lectured in many other undergraduate and graduate classes.

Security Interests:  Cryptography, Authentication and Authorization Systems, Computer Systems Security and Administration, Network and Host-based Attacks 

 

Research Areas

  • Cyber Security

CSC Fall Courses

  • CSC 297-002 LEC Cybersecurity Topics - Cybersecurity Practicum   W 10:15am-11:05am   Room: 135 BTEC

Publications

Selected In the News articles

On Cyber Security: It's a "Hostile" Environment Out There, quotes Sammie Carter, adjunct faculty; who served on panel at TBJ's Cyber Security Symposium; Triangle Business Journal, by Lauren Ohnesorge, Apr. 16, 2015

Crooks' New Target: Your Rewards Points, article on how cyberthieves empty out poorly secured hotel, airline accounts quotes Sammie Carter, adjunct faculty; CreditCards.com, by Daniel Workman, Mar. 25, 2015

Wake School Board Security Policy May Violate the Law, quotes Sammie Carter, adjunct faculty member; WRAL.com, by Mark Binker, Mar. 17, 2015 

What You Need to Know About 'Shellshock,' the Bug Threatening Red Hatters, CIOs Everywhere, quotes CSC adjunct and cyber-security expert, Sammie Carter; Triangle Business Journal, by Lauren K. Ohnesorge, Sep. 25, 2014 

IBM Opens 'Cloud Resiliency Center' in Research Triangle Park, CSC adjunct, Sammie Carter speaks to the value for companies; Time Warner Cable News, by Chris Williams, Sep. 22, 2014 

How Triangle tech companies could take the lead in addressing cybersecurity threats, CSC's Samuel Carter weighs in as a cyber security expert; Triangle Business Journal, by Lauren K. Ohnesorge, Sep 14, 2015

N.C. State Professor: Here's Why the Home Depot Breach Could be the Worst Yet, CSC adjunct, Sammie Carter, tells the TBJ just how easy it is to get stolen credit card info on the black market ; Triangle Business Journal, by Lauren K. Ohnesorge, Sep. 10, 201

What You Need to Know About Security Breaches at Jimmy John's, P.F. Chang’s, CSC's Sammie Carter weighs in as a cyber security expert; Triangle Business Journal, by Lauren K. Ohnesorge, Aug. 05, 2014

 

Selected Publications and Presentations

Carter, S.  "State of Cyber Security Education."  Presentation given at Bsides Raleigh 2015.  Raleigh, NC.  October 9, 2015

Carter, S., et. al. “K-20 Teaching and Learning using Server Virtualization Infrastructures: Past, Present, and Future.” Poster presented at IBM University Day. Raleigh, NC. October 24, 2008

Carter, S., Bouterse, B. “Advanced Management of Storage Techniques Driving Next Generation Virtual Environments.” Presentation given at UNC Cause 2007. Asheville, NC. December 3-5, 2007

Carter, S., Bouterse, B. “Friday Institute Deployment System: An Open Source Project.” Presentation given at UNC Cause 2007. Asheville, NC. December 3-5, 2007

Carter, S., Bouterse, B. “Operating System Virtualization: A Massive Consolidation Opportunity.” Presentation given at UNC Cause 2007. Asheville, NC. December 3-5, 2007

Carter, S., Emer, P., Sartain, L. “An Overview of N.C. State Friday Institute K-12 Outreach Projects.” Presentation given at IBM K-12 Day. Raleigh, NC. October 30, 2007

Carter, S., Bouterse, B., and Bowen, P. “Software-as-a-Service Through Virtualization: An architecture model for next generation application delivery.” Paper presented at IBM University Days: International Conference on the Virtual Computing Initiative. Raleigh, NC. May 2007

Carter, S., Bouterse, B., et.al. “Server & Desktop Virtualization: Strategies for University Enterprise & Academic Computing.” Presentation given at UNC Cause 2006. New Bern, NC. November 2006

Carter, S., Harris, J., Allen, E., and Brackett, F. “Distributed Processing with the NCSU WolfGrid Project.” Presentation given at UNC Cause 2004. Boone, NC. October 2004