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#CyberChats Focused on Big Idea #6: ADVERSARIAL THINKING


The following #CyberChats are part of the NCF's Cybersecurity Series and were focused on the High School Cybersecurity Curriculum Guidelines' Big Idea #6: ADVERSARIAL THINKING. 

A primary objective of cybersecurity is to identify critical assets, design and implement systems to protect the assets, identify ways to detect when the protections fail, respond to the failures, and ultimately recover to a working state. To accomplish this, one must think about what can go wrong. This big idea extends the concept of adversary to anything that might disrupt the system, from a clever cyber criminal who will adapt to a natural disaster.

Learn more by watching the Big Idea #6 introduction video presented by Shannon Beck, a research scientist with Los Alamos National Lab.

Learn more about all of the Guidelines' "Big Ideas."


#CyberChats Focused on Big Idea #6: ADVERSARIAL THINKING

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