Teaching Information Security with Workflow Technology – A Case Study Approach

@inproceedings{He2015TeachingIS,
  title={Teaching Information Security with Workflow Technology – A Case Study Approach},
  author={Wu He},
  year={2015}
}
In recent years, there has been a significant increase in the demand from professionals in different areas for improving the curricula regarding information security. The use of authentic case studies in teaching information security offers the potential to effectively engage students in active learning. In this paper, the authors introduce the approach of using workflow technology to compose case studies to enhance information security education. This approach allows students from different… CONTINUE READING

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