Monday: Introduction to Security (Security+)
Tuesday: Ethical Hacking, Python, and Cryptography
Wednesday: Digital Forensics and Incident Response
Thursday: Securing Web Applications and Mobile Devices
Friday: Malware Analysis and Exploit Development
Learn a wide variety of cybersecurity topics with brief explanations, demonstrations and many hands-on projects, in a fun Capture The Flag-style gamified learning environment. The projects are designed to be dropped into your classes for immediate use, and will remain freely available after the workshop.
Many projects are introductory and require nothing more than a Web browser; others are more advanced and use virtual machines and/or cloud servers running Windows Server 2016, Linux, and Android. We will audit the security of apps running on Apple and Android phones, and exploit major financial Android apps. We will also implement and attack blockchains, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Multichain, Hyperledger, and Stellar.
There will be a live scoreboard and prizes!
Prerequisite knowledge: familiarity with Linux and coding (in any language) is helpful, but not required.
Hardware requirements: a computer capable of running VMware Workstation, Player, or Fusion, with at least 40 GB of available storage.
|May 20, 2019 - May 24, 2019||5|
The Internet Of Things (IoT) has exploded into existence. This class will discuss the concepts behind the technologies involved and then work on implementation to bring those concepts to life. Focus will be on using the NodeMCU chipset and phone applications like Blynk to create interactive IoT implementations.
The course includes a kit of equipment that will serve as the basis for the lab work as well as a NodeMCU to use during the creation phase. A smart phone (Android or IOS) will be required to complete all of the labs – everything else necessary will be provided. The software necessary will be downloaded in class and is free to use.
|May 20, 2019 - May 24, 2019||11|
Python is one of the most popular programming languages in the world. It is commonly used for teaching programming and computer science, scientific computing, data analysis, network administration, web applications, desktop GUIs, hobbyist projects, and even computer games. This course covers the basics of programming in Python, including classes and object oriented programming. A number of Python libraries will be explored and various applications created in class.
|May 20, 2019 - May 24, 2019||8|
Join us on a technology journey and stay up to date on new Office 2019 product including Microsoft Stream, Microsoft Planner, Microsoft Power BI, and 100s of new features. And wait until you see the major changes in Windows 10 with Mixed Reality, Eye Tracking, Story Remix, and so much more. Let’s push the limits by making our first hologram using Unity programming (yes I will be gentle), and see the cutting edge changes happening in personal security! Whew what a week!
Monday: Office 2019;
Tuesday: Apps of Office (Teams, Planner, Forms, Flow, Power BI);
Wednesday: Windows 10 Updates & Data Analytics;
Thursday: Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and Artificial Intelligence;
Friday: Infusing Digital Citizenship into Education)
|May 20, 2019 - May 24, 2019||6|