Archive for the “serious games” category

Do Games Teach Security?

by adam on December 8, 2016

There’s a new paper from Mark Thompson and Hassan Takabi of the University of North Texas. The title captures the question: Effectiveness Of Using Card Games To Teach Threat Modeling For Secure Web Application Developments Gamification of classroom assignments and (…)

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Elevation of Privilege: Drawing Developers into Threat Modeling

by adam on December 19, 2012

In the holiday spirit I wanted to share an academic-style paper on the Elevation of Privilege Threat Modeling card game (EoP_Whitepaper.pdf) The paper describes the motivation, experience and lessons learned in creating the game. As we’ve shared the game at (…)

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Control-Alt-Hack: Now available from Amazon!

by adam on November 22, 2012

Amazon now has copies of Control Alt Hack, the card game that I helped Tammy Denning and Yoshi Kohno create. Complimentary copies for academics and those who won copies at Blackhat are en route. From the website: Control-Alt-Hackā„¢ is a (…)

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