CPPJ

Cybersecurity Pedagogy and Practice Journal

Current Issue

Volume 1, No. 1 - July, 2022

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4 Teaching Cybersecurity Incident Response Using the Backdoors & Breaches Tabletop Exercise Game
Jacob Young, Bradley University
Sahar Farshadkhah, University of Illinois Springfield

18 Going Beyond Considering the Use of Competency-based Education for Designing a Cybersecurity Curriculum
Fred L. Strickland, University of Maine at Presque Isle

29 Preparation for a Cybersecurity Apprenticeship Program (PCAP)
Jonathan Lancelot, University of North Carolina Wilmington
Geoff Stoker, University of North Carolina Wilmington
Grace Smith, University of North Carolina Wilmington
Chris Nichols, University of North Carolina Wilmington
Ulku Clark, University of North Carolina Wilmington
Ron Vetter, University of North Carolina Wilmington
William Wetherill, University of North Carolina Wilmington

40 Rubber Duckies in the Wild: Proof of Concept Lab for USB Pen Testing Tool (Teaching Case)
Anthony Serapiglia, Saint Vincent College

44 An IoT Based New Platform for Teaching Web Application Security
Zhouzhou Li, Southeast Missouri State University
Ethan Chou, Southeast Missouri State University
Charles McAllister, Southeast Missouri State University

54 Proposing the Integrated Virtual Learning Environment for Cybersecurity Education (IVLE4C)
Jeff Greer, University of North Carolina Wilmington
Geoff Stoker, University of North Carolina Wilmington
Ulku Clark, University of North Carolina Wilmington

66 Identity Attributes in Teaching Privacy (Teaching Case)
Yaprak Dalat Ward, Fort Hays State University
Li-Jen Lester, Sam Houston State University

About CPPJ

ISSN#: 2832-1006

We are proud to announce the addition of the Cybersecurity Pedagogy and Practice Journal (CPPJ) to our lineup. Over the past several years, we have seen significant and sustained interest and submissions to the conference and journals centered on Cybersecurity and related topics. As an organization devoted to Information Systems and Computing, we find ourselves uniquely positioned to provide a platform for educators, researchers, and practicing professionals to share their work in Cybersecurity through both the conference and this new journal. Look for the first edition this summer, and for more information on submitting your work to this journal either through the conference or directly for special issues. CPPJ is a peer reviewed journal published two times per year. Accepted papers are double-blind peer reviewed to assess and improve quality and level of contribution. This submission process is integrated with the Information Systems and Computing Academic Professionals Conference

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