Funding awarded for mini-projects to develop resources around CyBOK 1.0
Published: 1 Mar 2021, 3:50 p.m.
In December 2020, CyBOK ran a call for proposals from the cyber security community to further contribute to the resources built in CyBOK 1.0 through funded mini-projects. We had an excellent response with over 30 proposals received, and we’ve been delighted to be able to fund the following 8 proposals:
|Case Studies in support of CyBOK 1.0 Selected Topics||Nancy Mead||SEI Fellow, Carnegie Mellon University (ret.)|
|Development of redistributable laboratory materials for GSM||Denis Nicole||University of Southampton|
|Development of redistributable laboratory materials for wireless remote control||Denis Nicole||University of Southampton|
|Enhancing security architecture frameworks to accommodate the CyBOK KAs for practitioners||Duncan Greaves||Coventry University|
|Open source CyBOK practical challenges and learning resources||Z. Cliffe Schreuders||Leeds Beckett University|
|Providing an online platform for hierarchical knowledge presentation, visualisation and mapping||Eckhard Pfluegel||Kingston University|
|Published PhD theses mapped to CyBOK 1.0||Virginia Franqueira||University of Kent|
|Teaching CyBOK Cyber Physical Systems Security through interactive simulation||Phil Legg||University of the West of England|
Following the positive engagement with this call, we hope to be able to fund a further call in 2021; details will be posted on the website when available.