Three Envelopes: Using Games to Teach Cybersecurity and Risk Management Concepts

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Presented by

Rotem Guttman, Senior Cybersecurity Researcher (Carnegie Mellon University, Software Engineering Institute)

About this talk

As part of our Real Stories of an Ethical Hacker series for Cybersecurity Awareness Month, WiCyS strategic partner Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute will share the benefits of using the Three Envelopes board game to teach cybersecurity and risk management concepts. Unable to attend during the scheduled time? Feel free to register and receive a recording as soon as we wrap! WiCyS takes pride in being able to provide members the opportunity to earn CPE/CEU credits for attending WiCyS live webinars. To earn CPE/CEU credits with the following providers, you must meet the minimum requirements: - GIAC/(ISC)2: Attend for a minimum of 45 minutes or the entirety of the webinar. - CompTIA: Attend for a minimum of 60 minutes or the entirety of the webinar. The webinar topic must relate to the certificate being renewed. Attendees who meet the requirements will receive a verification email to use as proof of attendance for submitting CPE or CEU credits with their provider.
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