Information Security Education Across the Curriculum

  • B A
  • Ødegaard M
  • Oftedal E
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The peculiarities of assessing the level of professional competency formation in information security (IS) are discussed. The approach described uses the levels of mastering of specific disciplines forming this competency. Professional competencies in the field of information security and their levels are defined. The paper explains how these competencies can be formed. Metrics for the level of mastery of the discipline are introduced. The competencies level assessment model is proposed. The model application to the "Business Continu- ity and Information Security Maintenance" program for Masters at the NRNU MEPhI is shown. Important notes on using the model are given in conclusion.




B, A. J., Ødegaard, M., & Oftedal, E. (2015). Information Security Education Across the Curriculum. 9th IFIP WG 11.8 World Conference, WISE 9, Hamburg, Germany, May 26-28, 2015, Proceedings, 453(May), 53–63.

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