Registration Deadline:Friday, May 31, 2022
Date: June 9th and June 10th 9am – 5pm
Participant Cost: $50
Professional Education Cost: $60 paid by the Concurrent Enrollment Program.
Register: Contact Michelle Steffens, M.Ed Online Program Manager – CORe (208)426-1896 firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Boise State University campus.
Parking will be provided.
Lunch will be provided
Join us for a two-day PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT opportunity for high school instructors in any discipline who are interested in Cybersecurity. The workshop will examine the basic concept of a system and how it relates to security principles and practices and will examine the threats to computers, devices, and information systems that seek to access, modify, damage, delete, or withhold personal and sensitive information. It will also provide an understanding of the security defenses an individual and organization can take to mitigate the various threats to computers, devices and information systems. The lesson plans can be offered as a concurrent enrollment course (CPS 100) to support high school students.
TOPICS will include:
• The Internet and Systems Thinking
• Introduction to Information Security
• Personal, Computer, Internet, and Mobile Security
• Cybersecurity Management
Sin Ming Loo, PhD, is the Director of Cyber Operations and Resilience
Program and Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Boise State
University. He holds a joint-appointment with Idaho National Laboratory.
Eleanor Taylor is the Cybercore Program Manager for Workforce Development
and University Partnerships within the National and Homeland Security
(N&HS) directorate at Idaho National Laboratory (INL). She is responsible
for accelerating and expanding interdisciplinary talent pipeline efforts
to address critical control systems challenges across the nation.
Jana Richens is the Workforce Development Coordinator for Cybercore
Integration Center within the N&HS directorate at INL. She is responsible
for supporting workforce development efforts including intern program
support, STEM outreach and events, and university engagements.