November 6-9, 2018
Carnegie Science Center
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Inspire your students toward careers in cybersecurity and other STEM disciplines critical to our nation's future in this fun, hands-on workshop. Students will learn about the importance of cyber safety and how to protect their personal information from outside threats in ways that are relevant and applicable to everyday life. They also can sharpen their hacking skills in the interactive workshop. Finally, students can investigate careers in the field and see if they have what it takes to be a part of this growing industry.
Science and technology topics include:
Computer science, information technology, technology, ethics, and careers
Program Capacity: 20Program Dates & Times
Nov. 6, 2018 – 10 am, 11 am, 12 noon, 1 pm
Nov. 7, 2018 – 10 am, 11 am, 12 noon, 1 pm
Nov. 8, 2018 – 10 am, 11 am, 12 noon, 1 pm
Nov. 9, 2018 – 10 am, 11 am, 12 noon, 1 pm
The Italian Job (1969) — A robber (Michael Caine) recently released from prison gets help from a group of Britain’s most infamous computer hackers to steal gold bullion from underneath the noses of the Italian police and mafia. One of the film’s most famous scenes is a massive traffic jam caused by hacking the city’s traffic control computer.
War Games (1983) — High school student (Matthew Broderick) hacks into a military supercomputer in this classic and activates the U.S. nuclear arsenal, at a time when most people didn’t know what hacking was.
Ghost in the Shell (1995) — In this animated Japanese sci-fi epic, a cyborg policewoman and her partner hunt a cybercriminal called the Puppet Master, who hacks into the brains of cyborgs to get information and use it to commit crimes. (Scarlett Johansson stars in a 2017 live-action remake.)
The Imitation Game (2014) — M16, the newly created British intelligence agency, recruits mathematician Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch) and his team to crack the Germany’s Enigma code during World War II. Nominated for 8 Oscars.
Do it – competition, volunteer, games, make it, lesson plan
Robert Morris University – Mobile Forensics and Security Certificate
In the News
3-5-ETS1-1,2; MS-PS4-3; MS-LS1-1,3,8; MS-LS2-1,2,5; MS-ETS1-1
HS-PS1-6; HS-PS2-3; HS-PS3-3; HS-PS4-5; HS-LS1-1,3; HS-LS2-7; HS-LS3-1; HS-LS4-6; HS-ESS3-2,4; HS-ETS1-1,3,4
Anchors S8.A.1.2.1; S8.A.2.2.3; S8.B.2.2; S8.C.1.1
Standards 3.3.7 B; 3.4.7 A; 3.6.7 A; 3.8.7 B; 3.8 C
Anchors S11.A.2.2.2; S11.B.1.1.3; S11.B.2.2.1; S11.C.1.1.2
Standards 3.3.10 B; 3.3.12 B; 3.4.10 A; 3.4.12 A; 3.6.10 A; 3.6.12 A; 3.10.8 B; 3.12.8 B; 3.3.10 C; 3.12.C