Educational Papers selected by double blind review that were presented at the 20th Annual Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education.
The articles in this Journal address ways to more effectively leverage knowledge and disciplined practice in the defense of information assets. Effective strategies for protecting the organization against all meaningful electronic, human and physical threat require a deep understanding the current state of the practice. This applied both in cybersecurity professional work; as well as within the educational landscape. Because the cultures of the various relevant communities of practice are so different, effective awareness, training and education practices necessarily vary. The contents of this Journal focus on the full range of new, and innovative approaches to the wide range of threats and risks in the everyday practice of information and communication technology operation.
- An Experiment Platform for Security Education in Advanced Manufacturing Systems: Infrastructure and Materials
- A Highly Scalable and Reduced-Risk Approach to Learning Network Man-in-the-Middle (MITM) and Client-Side Exploitation (CSE)
- Assessing Java Coding Vulnerabilities in Undergraduate Software Engineering Education by Using Open Source Vulnerability Analysis Tools
- Effects of a Four-Week Cyber Security Summer Program on the Attitudes and College Interests of High School Students
- Fight Identity Theft (FIT) A Comparison of Text-based and Game-based Learning
- Mobile Health Information Security in the eHealth Cloud
- Promising Practices for Building Cybersecurity Knowledge, Confidence and Capacity among College Professors
- Security by Design: Defense-in-Depth IoT Architecture
- The Collaboratory Experience: The Human Factor in Cybersecurity