Open the door to a life of online crime fighting (for S1 to S3 pupils) in a series of new live and online cyber security lessons. With no technical knowledge needed, these practical classes enhance digital skills, allow pupils to ask the experts how it’s really done, and also showcase the careers available in the cyber security and resilience industry, one of the fastest growing sectors in the world today.
Lesson 1 - Cyber Skills Live Lesson - How to ‘steal’ a pizza – Ethical Hacking
Thursday 26th September, 2pm-3pm
In this live lesson, learners will step into the shoes of a cyber security consultant and help a national pizza restaurant test their website’s security. They'll work together to detect and analyse real-life security issues, and understand how these could be exploited by cyber criminals.
Lesson 2 - Cyber Skills Live Lesson 2 - How to solve a ‘murder’ – Digital Forensics
Friday 29th November, 11am-12pm
Become a digital detective and see how you can use your digital skills to solve a crime. Start the investigation by collecting, identifying and validating the digital evidence and see if you catch the criminal. This live lesson gives learners the experience of working as a digital forensic specialist.
Lesson 3 - Cyber Skills Live Lesson - Cyber Scotland Week 2020
Tuesday 18th February 2020 11am - 12pm
Will you stop the cyber criminals before time runs out? There is only one way to find out………
Each session is designed to ‘stand-alone’ and learners can tackle any one or all three lessons if they wish. Reasons to get involved include:
- The cyber industry has the fastest growing salaries in the UK
- Demand for these skills come from all over the globe
- It provides an opportunity to work for the greater good
- There are employment options in a variety of industries
Funded by the UK’s National Cyber Security Strategy Programme, the lessons have been developed by Skills Development Scotland and are part of the Discover Cyber Skills Programme for more information please click here , for more information contact Debbie McCutcheon firstname.lastname@example.org for further information on careers in the digital tech sector visit Digital World