Corpus ID: 60740845

Using CTFs for an Undergraduate Cyber Education

  title={Using CTFs for an Undergraduate Cyber Education},
  author={Martin C. Carlisle and Michael W. Chiaramonte and David J. Caswell},
Over the last five years, the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA) has participated in numerous Capture the Flag (CTF) and other cyber competitions. At first, this was simply an extracurricular club activity; however, as we have seen the impact on student motivation and learning, we have greatly increased student and faculty participation. Additionally, we have started to base entire for-credit courses on a CTF framework. In this paper we discuss our rationale for utilizing CTFs as part of… CONTINUE READING
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