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Abaker | August 14, 2013
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Security professionals are likely to be the first people to help their kids learn to be safe online. Here’s some extra help so you don’t have to do all of the teaching yourself.
Wombat co-founder Jason Hong (and associate professor at Carnegie Mellon University) recently helped teach cybersecurity basics to several hundred middle schoolers, as part of the
iTeams camp in South Carolina, a program for young adults for learning about innovation, technology, and entrepreneurship.
This short presentation discusses URLs, anti-virus downloads, and social networking risks.
His lesson on Staying Safe Online are available on Slideshare.
Posted by Abaker on 08.14.13
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