When a testbed does more than testing: The Internet-Scale Event Attack and Generation Environment (ISEAGE) - providing learning and synthesizing experiences for cyber security students.

@article{Rursch2013WhenAT,
  title={When a testbed does more than testing: The Internet-Scale Event Attack and Generation Environment (ISEAGE) - providing learning and synthesizing experiences for cyber security students.},
  author={Julie A. Rursch and Doug Jacobson},
  journal={2013 IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE)},
  year={2013},
  pages={1267-1272}
}
The importance of laboratory exercises for students is recognized unilaterally by engineering and technology programs. As engineering educators whose academic focus is information assurance and cyber security, we believe students in cyber security need the same type of access to hands on opportunities as their counter parts in hardware design or circuit design. Students should be able to configure and run their own networks, as well as explore the vulnerabilities, exploits, and remediatios… CONTINUE READING

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