Watch our new video series: How Not to Get Hacked
Perfect for classrooms, this series reviews essential cybersecurity best practices.
In February, we announced that we were partnering with the governments of Australia, India, Japan, and the United States to launch the Quad Cyber Challenge, a call to action for every Internet user to protect themselves and their devices from the growing threats of online attacks.
Part of Code.org’s commitment to the Cyber Challenge was producing a new video series, “How Not to Get Hacked.”
In these seven videos, viewers will hear from cybersecurity experts at Amazon Web Services, Google, Microsoft, and more. These professionals provide valuable insights and practical tips for staying safe online. The series covers a range of topics critical to cyber safety, like strong passwords, two-factor authentication, and encryption.
At Code.org, we believe that everyone should have access to high-quality computer science education, including cybersecurity best practices. That’s why we’ve made this video series available for free to anyone who wants to learn how to protect themselves online. Whether you’re a student, a teacher, a parent, or a professional, the “How Not to Get Hacked” video series is an essential resource for anyone who uses the internet.
The cybersecurity problem is not a technology problem; it is an education problem — from the lack of individual awareness to the need to strengthen our cyber workforce. Over 90% of cyberattacks succeed not because of advanced breaches, but human error. So watch these videos and share them with a friend to do your part in the Cyber Challenge!
— The Code.org team
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