Joining the Security Education Community
- D. Frincke and M. Bishop, “Joining the Security Education Community,” IEEE Security & Privacy Magazine 2(5) pp. 61–63 (Sep. 2004).
AbstractA major emerging trend in security education is in curriculum development. We begin with a high-level view of community venues for gatherings within and between the security and privacy community and its supporters.
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The definitive version was published in IEEE Security & Privacy Magazine 2(5), Sep. 2004.