HEA Cyber Security Pedagogy: Teaching Learning & Assessment in Higher Education

Cyber Security has become a matter of critical importance to the UK economy. All aspects of life from social, technical and business are touched by various elements of Cyber Security. The subject area has become an increasingly important academic discipline and has enjoyed increasing student interest. This one day workshop provides an opportunity for the cyber security academic community to share good practice relating to the teaching, learning and assessment of cyber security.

The University of Warwick is hosting the second one day workshop on “Cyber Security Pedagogy, Teaching and Learning in Higher Education” which this year focuses particularly on the pedagogy of teaching ethical hacking, penetration testing and digital forensics. In particular, papers which focus on practical tutorials, workshops, case studies and seminars are welcomed.Workshop themes include:

• Ethical hacking environments: virtualisation, networks and applications
• Games, competitions and challenges in ethical hacking & digital forensics seminars & practical work
• Innovative case studies for teaching cyber security
• Information Risk Management, Governance and Compliance
• Building Trusted and Trustworthy Systems
• Security of Emerging Technologies and Products
• Cloud security
• Secure mobile devices
• Cyber defence
• Advanced Persistent Threats
• Incident response, computer forensics and investigation
• Cybercrime
• The Science of Cyber Security
• Security Architecture and Engineering
• Professionalism and Accreditation

If you wish to present at this event:

Abstracts of up to one side should be sent to Harjinder Singh Lallie h.s.lallie@warwick.ac.uk outlining the content of the talk by 12th April, 2013

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