Bringing Cybersecurity into the Classroom

A Workshop Series for Educators of All Grades, Leadership Levels, and Subject Areas

Workshop Details

Location: Online via Zoom

Bringing Cybersecurity into the Classroom

Cybersecurity is ever present, and it is something that educators, students, and parents should be aware of as new tech tools are adopted and the use of technology increases in the classrooms. It is also an industry sector that is growing exponentially with high-paying jobs and not enough people in the United States to fill those positions. This workshop explores areas that can be discussed in the classroom, but it is also a workshop that explores career areas to bring to your students.

Meeting Dates and Times

  • October 4th (Tues), 4:30 – 6pm PST
  • October 6th (Thur), 4:30 – 7:30pm PST
  • October 11th (Tues), 4:30 – 7:30pm PST
  • October 13th (Thur), 4:30 – 7:30pm PST

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Session Topics

  • Data Breaches, Phishing, Social Engineering, and Practical Advice

    Presenter: Kevin Metcalf
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  • Passwords and MFA, Password Managers, Personal Security Online, “Smart Devices”, and Swatting

    Presenter: Kevin Metcalf
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  • Insider Threats, Open Source Intelligence, Nation State Actors, Physical Security, and Ethical Hacking and Pen Testing

    Presenter: Kevin Metcalf
    Resources
  • Title: Backups, SIM Swappers and Card Skimmers, The Darkweb/Darknet, and Networking: Firewalls and IP Addresses

    Presenter: Kevin Metcalf
    Resources

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