The Science of Information Protection
Warren, Daniel F.
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The presentation of Information Protection material can be improved in two important ways. First, if the material is arranged in a systematic/scientific fashion it can show how all the various pieces fit together and it can also demonstrate completeness by showing that all threats are addressed. Second, if each protection technique is preceded by a clear description of the threat that it addresses learning is significantly enhanced because the protection technique is motivated. This paper presents an information threat model that 1) arranges the material in a scientific/systematic fashion and 2) facilitates a threat-first presentation of Information Protection techniques.
Workshop on Education in Computer Security (WECS) 7
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