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#CyberChats Focused on Big Idea #7: RISK


The following #CyberChats are part of the NCF's Cybersecurity Series and were focused on the High School Cybersecurity Curriculum Guidelines' Big Idea #7: RISK. 

Risk, as defined in regards to cybersecurity, is a relationship between the chance that some harm will occur and the damage that will be done if it does occur. This big idea engages students in this course with the risk assessment process as a methodology for grasping cybersecurity risk. This big idea also addresses the inherently uncertain and complex nature of cybersecurity risk due to complexity of systems of systems, the presence of adversaries, the logical malleability of computing, and the dynamic and distributed nature of computing.

Learn more by watching the Big Idea #7 introduction video presented by NCMF Education Program Director Mr. Mark Loepker

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


#CyberChats Focused on Big Idea #7: RISK

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