Design and analysis of a model reconfigurable cyber-exercise laboratory (RCEL) for information assurance education
Guild, R. James
Irvine, Cynthia E.
Fulp, J. D.
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This thesis addresses the need to create a flexible laboratory environment for teaching network security. For educators to fully realize the benefit of such a facility, proto-type exercise scenarios are also needed. The paper is based on a model laboratory created at the Naval Postgraduate School. The initial configuration of the NPS lab is described. The work then develops a list of learning objectives achievable in the RCEL. Six proto-type cyber-exercise scenarios are presented to supplement the RCEL description. The activities within each potential scenario are described. The learning objectives met during each scenario are shown. This work demonstrates how a variety of potential RCEL exercises can supplement traditional information assurance education delivery techniques.
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