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Security through play
May-June 2013 (vol. 11 no. 3)
pp. 64-67
Mark Gondree, Naval Postgraduate School
Zachary N.J. Peterson, Naval Postgraduate School
Tamara Denning, University of Washington
The US Naval Postgraduate School and University of Washington each independently developed informal security-themed tabletop games. [d0x3d!] is a board game in which players collaborate as white-hat hackers, tasked to retrieve a set of valuable digital assets held by an adversarial network. Control-Alt-Hack is a card game in which three to six players act as white-hat hackers at a security consulting company. These games employ modest pedagogical objectives to expose broad audiences to computer security topics.
Index Terms:
Computer security,US Department of Defense,Information management,Games,Software development,Security,tabletop games,Computer security,US Department of Defense,Information management,Games,Software development,Security,[d0x3d!],Computer security,US Department of Defense,Information management,Games,Software development,Security,Control-Alt-Hack,computer security,cybersecurity,computer security education,board games,card games
Citation:
Mark Gondree, Zachary N.J. Peterson, Tamara Denning, "Security through play," IEEE Security & Privacy, vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 64-67, May-June 2013, doi:10.1109/MSP.2013.69
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