Cyber-Security in Education

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This presentation speaks to the need for Cyber-Security education to be performed at all levels of education in Jamaica (and the Caribbean) for the people to remain relevant in this field.

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Cyber-Security in Education

  1. 1. 2014 Edu ision
  2. 2.  What is Cyber-Security (CS) Education?  Why should we provide this Education?  Who is the target audience ?  Curriculum for Cyber-Security  Limitations of a Cyber-Security Curriculum  Conclusion  Future Work
  3. 3.  Education Learning that enables  Cyber-Security Protection computers, networks, programs and data from unintended or unauthorized access, change or destruction, i.e. enforcing Confidentiality, Integrity, Access (C.I.A) for the Internet.
  4. 4.  Increase in Malicious Cyber-Attacks  Increase in internet open access  Proliferation in social media (instagram, facebook)  Adoption of new technologies (e.g. web bitcoins)  Awareness levels close to real time is low  Increase in Cyber-Security penetration  Need for Cyber-Security Forensics
  5. 5.  Primary School Education  High School Education  College /Tertiary Education
  6. 6.  Curriculum at primary level education Geared towards mobile safety and online conduct  High School Education Deeper in browser forensics and online tracking  College Level /Tertiary Education Emphasis on understanding threat models, creating mitigation strategies and building solutions.
  7. 7.  Power up and Power down computers  Identifying secure and insecure web pages  Social Engineering for the Internet  Identifying basic malicious attacks (e.g. pop ups, script kiddies etc.)  Reading web page instructions and terms and conditions for using such pages.
  8. 8.  Advance Computer Networking  Advance Digital Forensics and Incident Response for the Internet  Legal Policy for the Internet  Cryptography Techniques for the Web  Online Financial Security  Internet Auditing and Risk Management  Internet Governance
  9. 9.  Security is an interdisciplinary field (many skills to hone)  Policy adoption on security education  Human Talent Pool of Educational Security Experts at all levels of curriculum  Technology Adoption
  10. 10.  Cyber-Security transformation education initiatives at all levels of the curriculum required  Existing National ICT initiatives lack the adequate pool expertise at all requisite levels of curricula.  As Internet penetration increases - a global intiative on Cyber-Security is imperative and the Jamaican context requirement is no less.  Tertiary Level training to inform tertiary level training and lower level curricula is required.
  11. 11.  Cyber-Security transformation education initiatives at all levels of the curriculum required  National ICT security policy initiatives that speak to skills based initiatives to provide short term, medium term and long term Security Talent Management Pools  Tertiary Level training to inform tertiary and lower level curricula
  12. 12. ? Thank You

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