Teaching Kids about Infosec

Every once in a while we’ll blog about kid related stuff but recently we came across a community-driven resource for anyone interested in introducing information security to their kids. Started by @webbreacher on the NoVA Hackers Association email list a few weeks ago and released to the world, it has gelled quite nicely.

Personally, we like the Scratch programming language, the Qimo distro, the Defcon Kids conference, and the Control-Alt-Hack and [d0x3d!] games but you can find everything else in the list below as of today. Be sure to head over to the official Infosec Kids Google Doc for the most up to date contents … and maybe add a few resources.

Conferences

Games

Books

Websites

Group

Linux OS

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Know of any more resources that should be included? Let @webbreacher know over in his Infosec Kids Google Doc. Today’s post pic is from WFSB.com. See ya!

4 comments for “Teaching Kids about Infosec

  1. March 11, 2013 at 4:06 pm

    BLOGGED: Teaching Kids about Infosec http://t.co/VguBm0CsyV

  2. March 12, 2013 at 12:43 am

    @WebBreacher adding this link https://t.co/FtFKAsguzq to the list of pages the kids see when getting a new computer! http://t.co/LbmEBCE9tL

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