Using the CS2013 Body of Knowledge to Reflect on our Security Courses

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Ronald Dodge
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21 September 2017
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The ACM/IEEE Computing Curriculum 2013 is a community effort with representation from Academia and industry to outline curricular recommendations for undergraduate Computer Science degree programs. The effort began in 1968 [1] and conducts a complete review every ten years. The previous complete review was completed in 2001. [2] The current 2013 review is being developed to incorporate rapidly changing topics as technology and the world’s use of technology evolves; however must do so within the curricular constraints of a complete undergraduate curriculum. This effort describes the architecture of CS2013 and the lessons learned in mapping our curriculum against the CS2013 computing curriculum.

Using the CS2013 Body of Knowledge to Reflect on our Security Courses