Featuring 3 Papers as of February 3, 2017
Forensication Education: Towards a Digital Forensics Instructional Framework STI Graduate Student Research
by J. Richard “Rick” Kiper - February 3, 2017
The field of digital forensics is a diverse and fast-paced branch of cyber investigations. Unfortunately, common efforts to train individuals in this area have been inconsistent and ineffective, as curriculum managers attempt to plug in off-the-shelf courses without an overall educational strategy. The aim of this study is to identify the most effective instructional design features for a future entry-level digital forensics course. To achieve this goal, an expert panel of digital forensics professionals was assembled to identify and prioritize the features, which included general learning outcomes, specific learning goals, instructional delivery formats, instructor characteristics, and assessment strategies. Data was collected from participants using validated group consensus methods such as Delphi and cumulative voting. The product of this effort was the Digital Forensics Framework for Instruction Design (DFFID), a comprehensive digital forensics instructional framework meant to guide the development of future digital forensics curricula.
The GICSP: A Keystone Certification by Derek R. Harp and Bengt Gregory-Brown - August 29, 2016
The Global Industrial Cyber Security Professional (GICSP) certification was conceived in the winter of 2013 to address a growing challenge spanning multiple industries. Rapid and accelerating changes in technology were increasingly opening process control and automation system networks and equipment to security exposures, and developing a workforce to protect these systems was a growing concern. As a step towards addressing these and other control system security issues, representatives from Shell, Chevron, Saudi Aramco, BP, Rockwell Automation, Yokogawa Industries, Emerson, ABB, Cimation and the SANS Institute came together and laid out the framework of what would become the GICSP.
Exercise - Not Just for Your Body Anymore by Jonathan Risto - February 20, 2015
Exercise programs have been publicized and encouraged for a long time as a way to keep your physical and mental abilities in shape.
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