Accelerator Crash Course: CACR Security Matters Cybercamp
Students interested in learning more about Cybersecurity are invited to apply for one of only 20 seats at the CACR Security Matters Cybercamp, co-hosted by CEWiT.
The Security Matters Cybercamp is a one-day camp delivered by the CACR. Led by cybersecurity professionals with extensive field experience, in addition to offering fun, hands-on sessions with ample time for questions and answers, it will expose participants to a range of cybersecurity topics that include:
-- Ethical issues cybersecurity raises
-- Digital Forensics
-- Malware protection
-- Basics of phishing and how to avoid being phished
-- Why web sites get hacked and how
-- How computer networks function, how they are secured, and why it matters
-- Cyberdefense -- What a professional cybersecurity career looks like.
To apply, complete THIS APPLICATON FORM by 11:59pm on Sunday, November 12, 2017.
Accelerator Crash Courses are designed to provide to provide a space for women to learn more than just the basics about a topic. These workshops are highly collaborative and interactive and are intended to encourage further in-depth and independent learning of the subject matter.
These workshops typically occur on a Saturday and/or Sunday, and last 6+ hours. Lunch is provided at each session. Because of the popularity of these workshops and the limited seats, attendees must apply for a seat at each workshop. They are open to any IUB student, but preference is given to CEWiT affiliates.
- Saturday December 02, 2017 10:00 AM
- Saturday December 02, 2017 05:00 PM
- Innovation Center (10th & the Bypass), Room 105
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