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Development of a Cybersecurity Skills Index: A Scenarios-Based, Hands-On Measure of Non-IT Professionals' Cybersecurity Skills

  title={Development of a Cybersecurity Skills Index: A Scenarios-Based, Hands-On Measure of Non-IT Professionals' Cybersecurity Skills},
  author={Melissa Carlton},
iii Acknowledgements v List of Tables ix List of Figures xi Chapters 
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ii Acknowledgements iv Dedication vi List of Tables x List of Figures xi
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