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Wednesday July 17, 2024 9:00am - 10:40am EDT
Let's take tech out of the driving seat for a session, and talk about purpose. This session will explore how to equip students to become 'Geeks Who Can Speak (a little better than they did before)'.

The focus of the workshop is to network, share practice, and get creative. Attendees will learn how VA Cyber Range resources were paired with a criminal negotiation game to teach university students about ransomware. We will then explore ideas for 'socio-technical' cybersecurity activities that leverage VA Cyber Range resources (guidance will be provided but participants are encouraged to improvise).

The VA Cyber Range is a wonderful resource with incredible reach and impact, helping K-12, Community College and University educators equip students with tech awareness and skills. We know that students need help developing their critical thinking, communication and teamwork skills, now more than ever. Handily, these skills map directly to professional competencies - technical skills are just one piece of the puzzle that young people will need to navigate their futures.

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Arianna S

Senior Associate Director, Virginia Tech (ISERC)
Arianna Schuler Scott is the Senior Associate Director of the Integrated Security Education Research Center (ISERC), Pamplin College of Business. She trained as an interdisciplinary cybersecurity researcher at the University of Oxford, working with clinical researchers to improve... Read More →
Wednesday July 17, 2024 9:00am - 10:40am EDT
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