Cybersecurity Basics Badge 1
If you want to stop hackers from stealing information or disrupting other people’s computers, you need to know about how computers and computer programs work. Learn how computer programmers write code and set up systems to slow down or stop hackers.
Cybersecurity Safeguards Badge 2
Mobile devices, such as your phone, tablet, or laptop, help you to stay connected no matter where you are. But when you’re out and about, your digital information is more vulnerable. Learn how to keep your information and electronics safe when you’re away from home.
Cybersecurity Investigator Badge 3
Cybersecurity investigators are detectives who solve cybercrimes by using what they know about technology, cyber-security, and traditional law enforcement techniques. That means they look for clues and piece together infor-mation to figure out how a crime was committed. They have to notice small details, but also understand how the different parts of computer systems and programs work together.
Workshop minimum is 12 maxiumum of 24. Cost for the workshop is $30.0000 and includes badges, pizza lunch, snack and materials for workshop. Please plan to arrive 15 minutes before start time for check-in. We will start promptly. Girls should bring their own refillable water bottles. Girl Scouts in 9-12 grades are welcome to attend. Please no siblings or others unless registered.
Registration closes on 02/08/2020, no refunds after this date. Location information available on 11/22/2019.
10:00am - 4:00pm EST
Frederick County Public Library
|| Kimberly Kingsford