A paradigm of network security design: A model for teaching network security
Journal of Computer Information Systems
This paper describes a paradigm of networking security informed by ethics and user behavior. This paradigm serves as a guide not only for pedagogical purposes but also as a blueprint for those who are considering developing a network security lab. We provide an overview of security networks and describe tools that may be used. After a comprehensive discussion of the networking paradigm and its use in security, we present weekly topics and lab experiments for a networking security course.
White, D., & Rea, A. (2007). A paradigm of network security design: A model for teaching network security. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 48 (2), 53-65. Retrieved from https://docs.rwu.edu/sjs_fp/69