Air Force Cyber College, Maxwell AFB, AL
/ Published September 27, 2021
The AF Cyber College is excited to launch its Cyber Case Studies Series. The vision for our collection is to offer educators with materials for classroom teaching of various cyber topics related to national defense—policy, law, strategy, and practice. Whether in professional military education, civilian university courses, or informal lunch-and-learns, these case studies will engage students with interesting dilemmas and active learning to discover and reinforce key concepts relevant to competing in the cyberspace domain. Each case study prompt (for students) is posted below. Extensive teaching notes (for instructors) are available upon request. Cyber College is also interested in external authors of case studies who wish to contribute to the series. Send inquiries to AWC.CyberCollege.Org@us.af.mil.
A prompt or pop-up case is a shorter piece that identifies a story, an image, a film or another “found” instance to prompt classroom discussion and analysis.
Borderless Data in a World of Borders
Dr. Melissa A. Thomas, AFCC
Air University | Air Force Cyber College
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Fly, Patch, and Don't Lose
Kevin L. Parker, AFCC
WIZARD SPIDER: Lethally Poisonous Ransomware
Joshua A. Sipper, AFCC
Driving Artificial Intelligence
Dr. Jim Chen, National Defense University
Hacking the Vaccine
Dr. Chad Dacus, AFCC
60 Schumacher Ave.
Maxwell AFB, AL 36112