Mark A. Gondree, Zachary N. J. Peterson:
2016 USENIX Workshop on Advances in Security Education (ASE 16), Austin, TX, USA, August 9, 2016. USENIX Association 2016
Tom Chothia, Joeri de Ruiter:
Learning From Others' Mistakes: Penetration Testing IoT Devices in the Classroom.
Clark Taylor, Christian Colberg:
A Tool for Teaching Reverse Engineering.
Jan Vykopal, Milos Barták:
On the Design of Security Games: From Frustrating to Engaging Learning.
Jian Ming Colin Wee, Masooda Bashir, Nasir D. Memon:
Self-Efficacy in Cybersecurity Tasks and Its Relationship with Cybersecurity Competition and Work-Related Outcomes.
William E. Johnson, Allison Luzader, Irfan Ahmed, Vassil Roussev, Golden G. Richard III, Cynthia Bailey Lee:
Development of Peer Instruction Questions for Cybersecurity Education.
Richard S. Weiss, Franklyn A. Turbak, Jens Mache, Erik Nilsen, Michael E. Locasto:
Finding the Balance Between Guidance and Independence in Cybersecurity Exercises.
Z. Cliffe Schreuders, Emlyn Butterfield:
Gamification for Teaching and Learning Computer Security in Higher Education.
Teaching Computer Science With Cybersecurity Education Built-in.
A "Divergent"-Themed CTF and Urban Race for Introducing Security and Cryptography.
Levente Buttyán, Márk Félegyházi, Gábor Pék:
Mentoring Talent in IT Security-A Case Study.
W. Michael Petullo, Kyle Moses, Ben Klimkowski, Ryan Hand, Karl Olson:
The Use of Cyber-Defense Exercises in Undergraduate Computing Education.
Arvind S. Raj, Bithin Alangot, Seshagiri Prabhu, Krishnashree Achuthan:
Scalable and Lightweight CTF Infrastructures Using Application Containers.