Educational Papers selected by double blind review that were presented at the 19th Annual Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education.
What you will find in this issue are eleven carefully selected papers that discuss aspects of how to better integrate cybersecurity learning into the classroom. The articles here represent many avenues of thought. It is our considered opinion that this sort of wide-ranging dialogue comprises the first step in achieving excellence in cybersecurity education. And it further reinforces the importance of cybersecurity teaching in the overall efforts to ensure a stronger and safer America.
- Impact of Net Neutrality and the Open Internet Order on Security and Privacy in Education
- A Structured Approach to Student-Discovered Bugs and Vulnerability Disclosure
- Exploring the Vocational Interests of Cybersecurity Competition Participants
- Practice, Practice, Practice... Secure Programmer!
- Hardware Hacking: An Approach to Trustable Computing Systems Security Education
- Teaching Undergraduates Certified Security by Design
- Teach the Hands, Train the Mind … A Secure Programming Clinic!
- Organization Security Controls for Effective Cyber Defense
- HiSPO - A Novel Threat Analysis and Risk Mitigation Approach to Prevent Cyber Intrusions
- Security Education for Smart Grid: Materials, Experiments, and Evaluation
- Cybersecurity in the 21st Century: Applying Cyber Threat Intelligence