It’s been a while since I’ve written about the software program CyberCIEGE, which is an interesting, valuable, and under-appreciated tool for teaching and learning good information awareness and computer/network security practices.
You can learn more about it over at Wikipedia, if you’d like.
The current version is 1.9r1, released 13 November 2009. While CyberCIEGE is theoretically restricted to (ahem!) government and educational users, you can download a copy of the installer for the full current version of the program at this link; it’s a 102MB executable installer for Windows systems, packaged by me, and requires no password to install.
(MD5 hash for the installer: F152ACC586FA81BEF294111F5FFAD525)