Paper: A Human Endeavor: Lessons from Shakespeare and Beyond
- M. Bishop and D. Frincke, “A Human Endeavor: Lessons from Shakespeare and Beyond,” IEEE Security & Privacy Magazine 3(4) pp. 49–51 (July 2005).
AbstractAs the fall term begins, computer security students expect to buy heavy textbooks filled with equations, information theory, and programs that sort, encipher, and route network packets. Yet, nontechnical classes also have much to offer today’s security students. In addition to satisfying general education requirements, such classes provide core background material that explains aspects of computer security that most technical courses overlook.
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The definitive version was published in IEEE Security & Privacy Magazine 3(4), July 2005.