The 2018 USENIX Advances in Security Education Workshop (ASE ’18) will be co-located with the 27th USENIX Security Symposium, and is intended to be a venue for cutting-edge research, best practices, and experimental curricula in computer security education.
The workshop welcomes a broad range of paper and demo submissions on the subject of computer security education in any setting (K–12, undergraduate, graduate, non-traditional students, professional development, and the general public) with a diversity of goals, including developing or maturing specific knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs), or improving awareness of issues in the cyber domain (e.g., cyber literacy, online citizenship). ASE is intended to be a venue for educators, designers, and evaluators to collaborate, share knowledge, improve existing practices, critically review state-of-the-art, and validate or refute widely held beliefs.
Interested in participating? The Call for Papers is now available.