On Tuesday, I spoke at Columbus State Community College to a group of high and middle school teachers about digital crimes, black market economics and cyber-ethics. We had fantastic discussions and as teachers, they were amazingly engaged with myself and my content. I have never taught a more enthusiastic group of folks.
They asked a lot of questions; mostly about crime, motivation and the techniques of criminals in the digital world. But, they also asked for critical lessons that they could take back to their students and use in their own classrooms. Kudos for that!
If you want to get involved in the program, please contact @sempf on Twitter for more info. They are always looking for great speakers, excellent content and especially women with experience in STEM related careers. Thanks so much to Columbus State for having me. I was honored and thrilled to participate in the GenCyber program. Thanks to @sempf for the photo!