IBM’s repository of cybersecurity resources including a quiz to test your current know-how, training courses for students, career planning resources, and a cyber breach experience game called “Terminal”.
Cette formation a été développée en collaboration avec terry cutler, un expert canadien de la cybersécurité reconnu mondialement et cybernb, un organisme mandaté par le gouvernement pour mettre l’accent sur l’expansion de l’écosystème de la cybersécurité.
Picoctf is a free computer security education program with original content built on a capture-the-flag framework created by security and privacy experts at carnegie mellon university.
Created by the fordham centre on law and information policy this robust resource includes a teacher training manual and complete lesson plans. It also includes a handbook for schools and parents.
Information, tools and other resources—including the graphic novel Social Smarts: Nothing Personal!— developed to help educators, parents, librarians, and other adults engage with kids about privacy.
At-home parent resources and classroom curriculum resources for all grades. This great source covers topics ranging from media sense to cyberbullying to privacy and security.
Also available in French, this printable work book is loaded with fun activities for kids. All cybersafe resources are available here (insert link) in both English and French. https://getcybersafe.gc.ca/en
This complete package from Google includes an engaging game, classroom curriculum and the Be Internet Awesome pledge. A great place for teachers and parents to start teaching kids about online safety. The Interland game is also available in French.
In this “Ask Me Anything” format we let the kids lead the discussion! Topics discussed included online gaming safety, handling online bullying, how to secure accounts with strong passwords and how to be #UnHackable.
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