Cybersecurity - White Hackers

Cybersecurity - White Hackers


Dates: June 25th - June 29th

Time: 9am - 12pm

Age: 12 to 17 years old

Location: Union City, Kennedy Youth Center

What exactly is the internet? How is it built, and is it secure? This program is designed for boys and girls ages 12 and up. This is a camp for beginner and Intermediate level. Students become aware of their digital-selves online and understand how to protect their identity and their data. They also learn how data can be encrypted and that cryptography was used way before computers were invented. How do companies secure their data and what exactly are malware, viruses, and anti-viruses?
During this program, they will also learn about the power of algorithms and how they can get to the same outcome using different solutions.
Finally, students are introduced to programming languages to create an encrypter/decrypter program. They send each other's coded messages and become a cyber superhero.
Cybersecurity is an important subject in today's society and provides multiple career opportunities. As teenagers spend the majority of their time on the internet, it is crucial that they are aware of how to preserve their true identity and keep their data safe.


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