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March 2023 - The Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education announces the release of the Winter 2023 issue of our Journal publication. This volume highlights academic papers presented at the 26th Colloquium Online (November 2022) that foster significant advances in the body of knowledge. A special thanks to paper authors, reviewers, and editors for their time and dedication.


Print and digital editions are available for purchase on Amazon.


Volume 10, Issue 1

This journal embodies contributions of authors from around the world, as we collaborate to enhance the cyber resilience of society. Papers this year were aligned around the Conference theme "Pedagogy for Cybersecurity" across an increasing range of disciplines that ranged from teaching software defined networking and the use of virtual laboratories to the Internet of Things and the socio-psychological implications of cybersecurity.

This year 21 Papers were accepted that came from across the US and internationally. The journal publishes all submitted papers of significant value to The Colloquium members and the field, after passing a peer review process and review by the Editorial Board.

We welcome the 2022 Conference on Cybersecurity Education, Research and Practice (CCERP) as a separate track in the virtual conference this year with CISSE. A portion of their proceedings are published in a separate section within the hard copy of the Journal of the Colloquium. Thanks very much to Dr. Michael Whitman and Dr. Herbert Mattord for their amazing collaboration and generous offer to host the 27th Colloquium in Kennesaw, Georgia in November of 2023.

Copyright of the content remains in the hands of the authors, with free distribution encouraged. Usage requests in publication should be made directly to the authors.

The Editorial Board would like to thank all those who participated, in particular the journal’s Program Committee members who enabled the peer review process. This allowed us to maintain the high standards of the journal and improved the Editorial Board’s review process.

This issue is also publicly available on our open journal repository.

Journal of the Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education

The following works are also available on our open journal repository.

  • Addressing the Cybersecurity Issues and Needs of Rural Pennsylvania Nonprofit Organizations
  • An Empirical Study of Password Policy Compliance
  • BEACON Labs: Designing Hands-on Lab Modules with Adversarial Thinking for Cybersecurity Education
  • Bringing the Industry Partner to the Cybersecurity Education Table as an Active Participant
  • Cyber-physical Shooting Gallery: Gamification to Address the IT-OT Gap in Cybersecurity Education
  • CyberAlumni a Cybersecurity Collaboratory
  • Framing Gamification in Undergraduate Cybersecurity Education
  • Improving Workplace and Societal Cybersecurity via Post-Secondary General Education
  • Interactive Cyber-Physical System Hacking: Engaging Students Early Using Scalextric
  • Interactive Program Visualization to Teach Stack Smashing: An Experience Report
  • Meeting the Challenges of Large Online Graduate Cybersecurity Classes in the Age of COVID
  • Practical Labs for Teaching SDN Security
  • RADICL CTF: Low-Cost CTF Platform for Industrial Control Systems Education
  • Security Mindset Fundamentals and Second Language Learning
  • Simulating Cybersecurity Risk Using Advanced Quantitative Risk Assessment Techniques: A Teaching Case Study
  • Structure or Anarchy: A Bibliometric Analysis of Keywords in Cybersecurity Education Literature
  • Teaching Case: Election Security and Technology Education
  • Teaching Offensive and Defensive Cyber Security in Schools using a Raspberry Pi Cyber Range
  • Teaching Software Security to Novices With User Friendly Armitage
  • Techniques to Overcome Network Attacks (Sybil Attack, Jamming Attack, Timing Attack) in VANET
  • Virginia Cyber Navigator Internship Program (VA-CNIP): Service Learning in Local Election Security

Proceedings of the 2022 Conference on Cybersecurity Education, Research and Practice (CCERP)

The following works are only exhibited in the print edition. For full-papers, please visit The Proceedings of the KSU Conference on Cybersecurity Education, Research and Practice.

  • What You See Is Not What You Know: Deepfake Image Manipulation (abstract only)
  • A Systematic Mapping Study on Gamification Applications for Undergraduate Cybersecurity Education (abstract only)
  • NIDS in Airgapped LANs - Does it Matter?
  • Towards the Development and Assessment of a Method for Educating Users into Choosing Complex, Memorable Passphrases
  • Towards Assessing Organizational Cybersecurity Risks via Remote Workers' Cyberslacking and Their Computer Security Posture
  • Authentication Based on Periocular Biometrics and Skin Tone
  • Using Experts for Improving Project Cybersecurity Risk Scenarios
  • Social Media Platforms and Responsibility for Disinformation
  • Microtransactions and Gambling in the Video Game Industry
  • Cybercrime in the Developing World
  • Secure Cloud-based IoT Water Quality Gathering for Analysis and Visualization