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Contrasting the CSEC 2017 and the CAE Designation Requirements
|Title:||Contrasting the CSEC 2017 and the CAE Designation Requirements|
|Authors:||Conklin, Wm. Arthur|
|Keywords:||Insider Threats to Governments and Organizations|
CSEC2017, Curriculum Development, Cybersecurity, Knowledge Units
|Issue Date:||03 Jan 2018|
|Abstract:||The draft 2017 Cybersecurity Curricula, also called CSEC2017, is being developed to provide guidelines for cybersecurity curricula development. One component, the Knowledge Areas, includes Knowledge Units. This terminology is the same as is used for the U.S. NSA/DHS Centers of Academic Excellence in various disciplines of cybersecurity. The two are different, yet complementary. In order to aid faculty and others in understanding the difference between the two programs, this paper explores both the CSEC2017 and CAE academic designation criteria, and compares and contrasts them.|
|Rights:||Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International|
|Appears in Collections:||Insider Threats to Governments and Organizations|
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