Study on Experimental Teaching Virtual Simulation for Network Security and Law Enforcement Major

Jin-qiang MA, Yong-ping ZHANG, Jun-jing TIAN


Network Security and Law Enforcement is a rising major in public security technology for the public security colleges and universities. Under the guidance of "facing and serving practical operation", this paper proposes an experimental teaching virtual simulation scheme for Network Security and Law Enforcement major by virtue of virtual reality technique according to the characteristics of education and teaching in the public security colleges and universities and requirements of new engineering course construction. Virtual simulation solutions on network attack and defense, cybercrime investigation and electronic data forensic suitable for network police business are worked out in this scheme by means of virtual simulation technology. This solution has certain reference significance for the police colleges and universities to use information technology to improve the professional level of the students.


Practical operation, Virtual reality, Experimental teaching, Network security and law enforcement


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