The Bastion Network Project
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The Naval Postgraduate School’s Center for Information Systems Security Studies and Research (CISR) has developed a small, but realistic network lab—the Bastion Network—that is dedicated to educating students in the myriad elements involved in the secure operation of a computer network. This paper describes the rationale for this network lab, and offers an overview of a simple framework that could accommodate educational network interaction with other schools that have similar IA educational goals, and that have, or may soon acquire, similarly designated labs. The framework describes the essential elements of a memorandum of understanding, and twelve suggested inter-network cyber-exercise scenarios.
Workshop on Education in Computer Security (WECS) 6
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