Start: Monday, 2020-12-28, 17:00
End: Monday, 2020-12-28, 20:00
Organized by: Klemo
tl;dr If you are into IT Security and work with people and/or games, this is THE session for you.
Dungeons Dragons and Security is a fast-paced heist game. Players stage the most ridiculous, megalomaniac, devious, pythonesque-and-tarantinoesque robberies of THE item. Learning the rules takes about a minute. Escalating plots to the use of explosives takes a bit longer.
Dungeons Dragons and Security was developed by Tiphaine Romand-Latapie AKA @flutsunami as a training tool for IT Security awareness programs. It is meant to be played for about 30-50 minutes, followed by a debriefing which drives the teaching points home.
We are going to play DDnS, conduct the debriefing, and afterwards take a meta-view on the game: Is it suitable for end-users? Is it possible to depict all relevant attacks and defense strategies within the game? Does it empower users to improve their IT Security?
If so: How does it work? If not: Why doesn't it work?
Basically, everyone can attend the workshop. People who are interested in IT Security education or the use of serious games for education outside of formal contexts might get the most out of it.
The workshop contributes to the research project NERD.NRW. Some anonymized data might be collected.
Klemo has edited the session:
almost 2 years ago.
Sonstiges Zeug zum nachlesen, dass Erwähnung fand:
Falls noch jemandem ein Link zu einer Resource runterfällt, die im Workshop erwähnt wurde oder erwähnt werden hätte sollen: Es wäre grandios, wenn ihr die noch droppen könntet :)
Nochmal DANKE an alle, die dabei waren.
Created almost 2 years ago.