An information security education initiative for engineering and computer science
Irvine, Cynthia E.
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This paper puts forward a case for an educational initiative in information security at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Its focus is on the need for such education, the desired educational outcomes, and how the outcomes may be assessed. A basic thesis of this paper is that the goals, methods, and evaluation techniques of information and computer security are consistent with and supportive of the stated goals of engineering education and the growing movement for outcomes based assessment in higher education.
NPS Report NumberNPS-CS-97-003
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