Recently, I went on a "tweet storm" about students and some typical "end of semester" behaviors I've seen over the years. A colleague read them, and suggested it would make for a good blog post. I've been sitting on this since then, for a few reasons. First, I've been pressed for time with other matters,… Continue reading Students, teachers, and the bigger picture
Details about free admission to a cybersecurity panel I'm moderating on Wednesday, 3/14/2018.
Recently, two students stopped by my office, with different concerns. One student asked me the best way to get through a course I am teaching, which he is enrolled in. Another student stopped by to tell me about his inability to log in to our virtualized environment that we use for homework assignments. I’m not… Continue reading Students, are you asking the wrong questions?
I’m very happy to announce that a journal article I co-authored with Dr. Amy Woszczynski entitled “Learning Outcomes for Cyber Defense Competitions” has recently been published in the Journal of Information Security Education. We interviewed judges and mentors for a well-established cyber defense competition held in the Southeast United States. From the data collected during these interviews,… Continue reading “Learning Outcomes for Cyber Defense Competitions” journal publication