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Wednesday, February 28 • 12:15pm - 1:15pm
Hacks, Torrents and other Fun Evils- Redefining How We Teach Security  

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The methods for teaching our students how to be safe online haven’t always kept up to date with current technology devices and trends.    How do we warn students about personal data that they might unknowingly be sharing, like geo-locations and browser history.   With the rise of making our house and items smart, what holes in our security might we be opening?  How do we teach students to be protected by scams such as Phishing, Middle Man, and malware?   In this session, we will provide a basic overview over several types of security oversights along with simple ways to protect our data and privacy.  Physical security, such as locks and smart home devices will also be discussed.

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Mike Jones

Teacher, BrainPOP
Mike Jones is a middle school science teacher for Metcalf, Illinois State University’s Lab School. He formerly taught STEM and science at Bloomington Public School District 87 in Illinois. Michael received his B.S in Middle School Education at Illinois State University. He later... Read More →


Wednesday February 28, 2018 12:15pm - 1:15pm
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