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Author(s): Zhao, T.
Gasiba, T. E.
Lechner, U.
Albuquerque, M. P.
Editor: Henriques, P. R., Portela, F., Queirós, R., and Simões, A.
Date: 2021
Title: Exploring a board game to improve cloud security training in industry
Volume: 91
Event title: 2nd International Computer Programming Education Conference, ICPEC 2021
ISSN: 2190-6807
ISBN: 978-395977194-8
DOI (Digital Object Identifier): 10.4230/OASIcs.ICPEC.2021.11
Keywords: Cloud security
Cloud control matrix
Shared-responsibility model
Abstract: Nowadays, companies are increasingly using cloud-based platform for its convenience and flexibility. However, companies still need to protect their assets when deploying their infrastructure in the cloud. Over the last years, the number of cloud-specific vulnerabilities has been increasing. In this work, we introduce a serious game to help participants to understand the inherent risks, understand the different roles, and to encourage proactive defensive thinking. Our game includes an automated evaluator as a novel element. The players are invited to build defense plans and attack plans, which will be checked by the evaluator. We design the game and organize a trial-run in an industrial setting. Our preliminary results bring insight into the design of such a game, and constitute the first step in a research using design science.
Peerreviewed: yes
Access type: Open Access
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