Dorothy E. Denning (auth.), Cynthia Irvine, Helen Armstrong's Security Education and Critical Infrastructures: IFIP TC11 / PDF

By Dorothy E. Denning (auth.), Cynthia Irvine, Helen Armstrong (eds.)

ISBN-10: 0387356940

ISBN-13: 9780387356945

ISBN-10: 147576491X

ISBN-13: 9781475764918

Security schooling and important Infrastructures offers the latest advancements in examine and perform on educating details safety, and covers issues together with:

-Curriculum layout;
-Laboratory structures and routines;
-Security schooling software evaluation;
-Distance studying and web-based instructing of safeguard;
-Teaching machine forensics;
-Laboratory-based method safeguard video games;
-Security schooling instruments;
-Education in protection regulations, administration and procedure certification;
-Case studies.

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The intent of the exercise is to force the students to pull together what they know theoretically and from what they learned using the IA network and apply it to a real network, under attack, in an environment in which mistakes will not cause catastrophic loss of life or information. Responses to attacks were limited to network reconfiguration. Offensive operations were limited to the Red Team only, and social engineering by either the attackers or defenders is not allowed. Social engineering is a major threat that we face in information assurance; however, it would have introduced undesirable complexity to the CDX without corresponding benefits.

The Army uses firing ranges to train soldiers on individual Scott D. Lathrop, Gregory J Conti, and Daniel J Ragsdale 27 weapons and firing systems. Likewise, the IA laboratory is a range where students and faculty may use and experiment with port scanners, vulnerability scanners, Trojan horses, worms, and viruses without running the risk of releasing malicious code onto our production network or into the "wild". Just as a solider would only fire a weapon on the range or in combat, the IA network policy only permits users to use the malicious tools in the controlled confines ofthe laboratory.

Exposing the network might be a better idea for Cyber Policy and Cyber Law courses, but the administrative overhead to perform such a task makes it unfeasible. Others have taken heterogeneous networking to another level by implementing different layer 2 architectures such as Ethernet, Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM), and Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) on a token ring. [12] Their network design is different from ours in that they are using it more for system modeling and simulation, networking, and special projects rather than information warfare.

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