How Coding Protects Messages from Being Compromised: NCF #CyberChat with Donald Costello

This #CyberChat focused on the High School Cybersecurity Curriculum Guidelines' Big Idea #4: DATA SECURITY and featured guest speaker Donald Costello.

Cybersecurity is an immensely broad and complex field.

How does coding protect your messages from being compromised?  Why is it essential to establish trust in cybersecurity? Donald's presentation raised these questions with students to help them understand how to protect their messages from being compromised. 

This #CyberChat took place via our Nepris online classroom. If you don't already have a Nepris account, you will need to create a free account to view the recording. Learn more and view the recording.

Learn more by watching the Big Idea #4 introduction video presented by Assistant Professor Nolen Scaife, Department of Computer Science and the Technology, Cybersecurity, and Policy program at the University of Colorado Boulder.

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