Computer Security Education: Training, Scholarship, and Research
- M. Bishop, “Computer Security Education: Training, Scholarship, and Research,” IEEE Computer 35(4), Part Privacy and Security Supplement pp. 31–33 (Apr. 2002).
AbstractTraditionally, computer security education falls into two distinct classes. The first is training, marked by an emphasis on particular systems, situations, or environments rather than broad principles. The second is scholarly (or scholarship), marked by an emphasis on underlying principles, concepts, and their application. The paper discusses a training course on Unix security, a scholarly course on computer security and the role of research in training education and scholarly education.
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The definitive version was published in IEEE Computer 35(4), Part Privacy and Security Supplement, Apr. 2002.