ავტორი: Igor M.Kozubtsov, Oleksii V. Silko, Lesia M. Kozubtsova
ორგანიზაცია: Kruty Heroes Military Institute of Telecommunications and Information Technology, Kyiv, Ukraine


საკვანძო სიტყვები: class, practical training, specialist, cybersecurity, computer game.
აბსტრაქტი. The relevance of the research topic is due to the need for lecturers to find ways and technologies to maintain a high level of motivation and attention of students and cadets of the cybersecurity speciality in practical classes. Traditional methods and means, as practice shows, are not limitless. The main aspects of the work. The paper examines the existing best practices of the use of games by researchers in the educational process. Based on the positive results, it is proposed to develop specialized computer programs to increase the educational interest of students and cadets of the cybersecurity speciality in practical classes. Scientific novelty. The concept of building a training complex for training cybersecurity specialists based on a computer game is proposed for the first time.


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