A SWOT Analysis of Virtual Laboratories for Security Education

@inproceedings{Davidson2009ASA,
  title={A SWOT Analysis of Virtual Laboratories for Security Education},
  author={Alan Davidson and Javier de La Puente Martinez and Markus Huber},
  booktitle={World Conference on Information Security Education},
  year={2009}
}
Work is active in many institutes of higher education on utilising virtual computer environments for creating laboratories for practical course-work. Computer Security education is one area where virtual environments are proving to be useful, and where several schools have reported their own schemes for implementing environments for practical exercises. In this study we attempt to take a somewhat broader look at what the use of virtualisation technology can imply terms of a number of factors, i… 
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