- Wu-chang Feng, Ashley L. Podhradsky:
2018 USENIX Workshop on Advances in Security Education, ASE 2018, Baltimore, MD, USA, August 13, 2018. USENIX Association 2018
- SeongIl Wi, Jaeseung Choi, Sang Kil Cha:
Git-based CTF: A Simple and Effective Approach to Organizing In-Course Attack-and-Defense Security Competition.
- Kevin Bock, George Hughey, Dave Levin:
King of the Hill: A Novel Cybersecurity Competition for Teaching Penetration Testing.
- John R. Morelock, Zachary Peterson:
Authenticity, Ethicality, and Motivation: A Formal Evaluation of a 10-week Computer Security Alternate Reality Game for CS Undergraduates.
- Jacob Springer, Wu-chang Feng:
Teaching with angr: A Symbolic Execution Curriculum and CTF.
- Melissa Dark, Siddharth Kaza, Blair Taylor:
CLARK - The Cybersecurity Labs and Resource Knowledge-base - A Living Digital Library.
- Joseph Hallett, Robert Larson, Awais Rashid:
Mirror, Mirror, On the Wall: What are we Teaching Them All? Characterising the Focus of Cybersecurity Curricular Frameworks.
- David Formby, Milad Rad, Raheem A. Beyah:
Lowering the Barriers to Industrial Control System Security with GRFICS.
- Z. Cliffe Schreuders, Thomas Shaw, Aimée Mac Muireadhaigh, Paul Staniforth:
Hackerbot: Attacker Chatbots for Randomised and Interactive Security Labs, Using SecGen and oVirt.
- Jorge Blasco, Elizabeth A. Quaglia:
InfoSec Cinema: Using Films for Information Security Teaching.
- Jane Blanken-Webb, Imani Palmer, Nicholas C. Burbules, Roy H. Campbell, Masooda N. Bashir:
A Case Study-based Cybersecurity Ethics Curriculum.
- Tom Chothia, Stefan-Ioan Paiu, Michael Oultram:
Phishing Attacks: Learning by Doing.
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