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CAS Plymouth Hub meeting (Cybersecurity) (Plymouth Hub) Thursday Feb 23, 2017 from 4:30PM to 6:00PM
Organised by: SOPHIE SHAWSOPHIE SHAW Hosted by: CAS South West (Plymouth University)
CAS South West (Plymouth University)
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On behalf of Computing At School


Plymouth Hub meeting


Hosted by

CAS South West (Plymouth University)

At

CAS South West (Plymouth University)

Thursday Feb 23, 2017 from 4:30PM to 6:00PM

Light refreshments available


Suitable for Key stage 3 – 5. (Primary Schools will benefit from an overall understanding of Cyber security as this will help to inform any Esafety days run in school.) Parts 1 and 2 of the agenda. An introductory session to Cybersecurity. In this session you will gain an understanding of what is Cybersecurity, key terminology associated with Cybersecurity. Methods used to detect and protect from Cyberthreats. Activities and Resources to support Cybersecurity learning. The session will conclude with a Question and Answer session with exam board specialists and CAS master teachers. The entire session will also run via a webinar. If you cannot attend please do sign up for the webinar and participate in the session by emailing sophie.shaw@plymouth.ac.uk

PROGRAMME

Time Topic
16:30 Introduction to the hub meeting & CAS News – Led by Dr Shirley Atkinson (Lecturer in Information Systems, Plymouth University) and Beverly Clarke (CAS South West Outreach/Master Teacher)
16:40 Cyber Security Overview – Led by TBC (Academic, Plymouth University) • Define the term Cybersecurity • Define key terminology as per what is required by the exam boards and relate the terminology to everyday activities so that pupils can connect • Methods to detect and protect from cyber security threats
17:10 Enrichment Activities – presentation by Tablet Academy (via Webinar)
17:30 Resources – presentation by Beverly Clarke
17:40 Question & Answer – Specialist Panel – from Exam Boards and local Master Teachers

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