Tips on how to be #CyberAware

Author: Janessa Palmieri, Cyber Operations Freshman, DSU   Have a Strong Password The longer the password, the better. Add symbols, numbers, and mix up lower and upper case letters. Try replacing letters with numbers that look like that letter. For example, the word...

Why Should Kids Code?

Author: Janessa Palmieri   When the word “computer programming” is mentioned, most kids tend to think that it is too complex for them, or it is only meant for people in the computing field. That is totally false. Anyone can code, really anyone! By learning to...

WiCyS 2019

Author: Katie Shuck For anyone who has ever considered attending a women’s tech conference or getting involved with organizations that seek to close the gender and diversity gaps in cybersecurity, I want to encourage you to do so.  The value in these organizations is...

Rethinking Cybersecurity Education

Education is continually evolving.  It used to be thought of as the 3 Rs: Reading, wRiting, and aRithmetic.  It moved forward to STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. And, we’ve even expanded this to STEAM: Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and...

CybHER: Where We’ve Been This Year

What a CybHER year it has been!  As we continue to follow our mission of empowering, motivating, educating, and changing the perception of girls and women in cybersecurity and have a great mid-year report to share with you!Between Summer and December of 2018, 23...