The NYU-Poly CSAW CyberSecurity Summer Bootcamp provides a professional development opportunity to high school teachers in the vital areas of computer and information security.
25 teachers will be selected for this all-expense paid, stipend-supported week-long program that teaches them how to mentor students for NYU-Poly’s annual CSAW cybersecurity competition. This training is part of a two-year study sponsored by the National Science Foundation to determine if the CSAW competition encourages the study of computer science in the area of cybersecurity among high school students. The study will also measure various ways of encouraging young women to go into the field of cybersecurity.
Teachers will receive guided training in the fundamentals of cyber forensics and other security-related disciplines of computer science as well as participate in cybersecurity challenges.
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