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Teaching Data Security To Children

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Teaching Data Security To Children

"I have a passion to keep people safe online, especially young ones. I don't expect kids to pick up this book and understand the concepts right away, but I want to empower the adults to teach. "  

Teaching data security and internet safety to the next generation can prove to be challenging. From the complex tools to the vast vocabulary, it's no simple thing to learn. Today, Host and Principal Security Analyst Jen Stone (MCIS, CISSP, CISA, QSA) sits down with Curtis Brazzell as they discuss his recent endeavor to better help children learn, and parents teach about data security.

Listen to learn: 

  • Curtis's cybersecurity ABC book, "M is for Malware" 

  • How to better teach our young ones how to be safe online

  • Helping to teach those just entering the data security field

Get your copy of "M is for Malware" at https://misformalware.com/


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