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University of Maryland
Maryland Cybersecurity Center

Cyber Defense Training Camp
Residential Camp

Sunday, July 12 – Saturday, July 18, 2015
9:00am - 3:30pm
(Sunday-Saturday)

Contact Info
http://www.cyber.umd.edu/education/cyber-defense

All UMD policies will be strictly enforced

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Eligibility: Technical experience is recommended, including networking, Cisco Academy, and/or Java programming.

Howard County
Howard County Public Schools: ARL

Cyber Defense Training Camp
For students entering Grades 9-12
Monday, June 22 - Friday, June 26, 2015
8 AM - 4 PM


Cyber Defense Training- Students will have the opportunity to expand their knowledge of cybersecurity.  It is an intermediate level program for high school students. 

Eligibility: Technical experience is recommended, including networking, Cisco Academy, and/or Java programming.

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Capitol College

Cyber Defense Training Camp
Rising Juniors and Seniors
Dates: TBD
8 AM - 4 PM


Cyber Defense Training- Students will have the opportunity to expand their knowledge of cybersecurity.  It is an intermediate level program for high school students. 

Eligibility: Technical experience is recommended, including networking, Cisco Academy, and/or Java programming.

Prince George's Community College
Cyber Defense Training Camp
Rising Juniors and Seniors
Dates: June 29 - July 3, 2015
9 AM - 2 PM


Cyber Defense Training- Students will have the opportunity to expand their knowledge of cybersecurity.  It is an intermediate level program for high school students. 

Eligibility: Technical experience is recommended, including networking, Cisco Academy, and/or Java programming.

$375 Per Student

 

Program Overview

Cyber Defense Training Camp is an intermediate level  7 day residential summer program for high school men and women (rising juniors and seniors). You will  have the opportunity to expand your knowledge of cybersecurity and gain practical skills through instruction by an experienced security professional. Students learn about the field, take at least one field trip and hear from a variety of speakers to learn more about how to prepare to enter this exciting profession.

*Technical experience is highly encouraged, including networking, Cisco Academy, and/or Java programming.

Goals

To prepare the next generation of cybersecurity professionals through interactive learning, skill building, and utilization of available resources.

The Curriculum

Also: Guest speakers, field trip, cyber defense exercise, and computer-based "Capture-the-flag" competition at the end of the week.

For questions, please contact:

Dr. Davina Pruitt-Mentle
dpruitt@umd.edu
301 503 8070