Thank you for your interest in Inspiring the next generation of cybersecurity professionals!
CyberCamp instructors are vital to the success of every camp. The 20-hour curriculum is designed to be completed over five days, with the fifth day serving as a day of mini-Competition. Instructors are provided all materials and should be there to guide the students through the material.
Please select the camps you would be interested/available to help. A CyberCamp coordinator will contact you with more information.
Standard CyberCamp Outline
Monday - Ethics, online safety, how computers work, cyber threats
Tuesday - Cybersecurity principles, virtual machines, basic Windows security policies and tools and account management.
Wednesday - Windows file protections, auditing and monitoring, and introduction to Linux.
Thursday - Basic Ubuntu 16
Friday - Mini-CyberPatriot Competition. Students will compete against their fellow campers on Windows 10 and Ubuntu 16 competition images.
What Standard CyberCamps can you support?
Windward Community College Session A: June 10-14 (0800-1200)
Wahiawa Middle School Session C: June 24-28 (0800-1200)
Waipahu Intermediate School Session C: June 24-28 (0800-1200)
Kawananakoa Middle School Session D: July 15-19
Kailua Intermediate School Session E: July 22-26 (0800-1200)
Seabury Hall Session E: July 22-26
Advanced CyberCamp Outline
Monday - Cyber Ethics Module, Windows 10 Module
Tuesday - Windows 10 Module, Ubtunu 16
Wednesday - Ubuntu 16 Module
Thursday - Cisco Networking Modules 1-3
Friday - Mini-CyberPatriot Competition. Students will compete against their fellow campers on Windows 10 and Ubuntu 16 advanced Competition images.
Wahiawa Middle School Session 4: July 22-26 (0800-1200)
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