#CyberChats Focused on Big Idea #4: DATA SECURITY
The following #CyberChats are part of the NCF's Cybersecurity Series and were focused on the High School Cybersecurity Curriculum Guidelines' Big Idea #4: DATA SECURITY.
The concept of what data is, and how it can be collected, has changed monumentally with the advent of the Internet. With an ease of collection created by improved computing power, data can be generated, stored, transmitted, and manipulated at a much greater pace and at an almost immeasurable amount. Keeping those with malicious intent away from data assets and preserving privacy is a major tenet in Cybersecurity.
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.
Learn more about all of the Guidelines' "Big Ideas."
#CyberChats Focused on Big Idea #4: Data Security
Click on the links below (once they become available) to see the video recording and course materials via our Nepris online classroom. You will need to create a free Nepris account to view the course videos.