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If you want to know, how different national IT security strategies affect the activity of Russia(tm) and Cybermafia(tm), this session is for you.
 
If you want to know, how different national IT security strategies affect the activity of Russia(tm) and Cybermafia(tm), this session is for you.
  
If you want to participate in one of our sessions, please sent an email to [mailto:kontakt@randorianalysis.de ] including the following information:
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If you want to participate in one of our sessions, please sent an email to [mailto:kontakt@randorianalysis.de kontakt@randorianalysis.de] including the following information:
  
 
*    Your handle/name/nickname (How should we address you?)
 
*    Your handle/name/nickname (How should we address you?)
 
*    Which session do you prefer to attend
 
*    Which session do you prefer to attend
 
*    Do you speak English, German or both
 
*    Do you speak English, German or both

Revision as of 19:40, 25 December 2018

Description An introductory session to policy analysis or prediction via serious games - example game about national IT security strategies
Website(s) https://netzpolitik.org/wargaming-netzpolitik-serious-games-als-tools-am-beispiel-bsi-vs-zitis/
Type Game
Kids session No
Keyword(s) social, political, game
Tags Serious Games, Social Analysis, gaming, role-playing
Person organizing
Language de - German, en - English
de - German, en - English
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Subtitle Day 2 Session
Starts at 2018/12/28 13:00
Ends at 2018/12/28 13:45
Duration 45 minutes
Location
Subtitle Day 3 Session
Starts at 2018/12/29 13:00
Ends at 2018/12/29 13:45
Duration 45 minutes
Location

A short talk about wargaming political processes,

followed by an equally short try-it-yourself game of "Wargaming Netzpolitik".

This self-organized session is meant to convey the idea of why to use games as analysis tools for social processes. During the demonstration, 4 participants can play very active role, while everyone else can experience first hand the dread of watching "cyber"-security policy unfold.

If you want to know, how different national IT security strategies affect the activity of Russia(tm) and Cybermafia(tm), this session is for you.

If you want to participate in one of our sessions, please sent an email to kontakt@randorianalysis.de including the following information:

  • Your handle/name/nickname (How should we address you?)
  • Which session do you prefer to attend
  • Do you speak English, German or both