InfraGardNCR is excited to once again host a virtual, week-long cybercamp for high school aged students. Since it’s being held virtually, camp is not limited to students in the national capital region. The camp runs from Monday, July 18 through Friday, July 22. Students will attend each day from 9am – 4pm (with an hour break for lunch). Students only need a laptop and reliable internet connection, all other necessary links, etc., will be provided prior to July 18. The cost of the camp is $199
Students will learn the following: Linux Bash, Linux OS from command line, how to forensically process and manage digital information using Linux, ethical responsibilities in cybersecurity, and more! Each student who completes the camp will receive a certificate of completion.
Robert Osgood, Director, Computer and Digital Forensics, George Mason University
Robert Osgood (Bob), an engineer/C.P.A., is a 26 year veteran of the FBI, serving as a Special Agent & Computer Forensics Examiner. His specialties include digital forensics, data intercept, cyber-crime, enterprise criminal organizations, espionage, and counter-terrorism. He was one of the originally designers of the MS in Computer Forensics program at GMU.
Who Can Attend:
Open to anyone
Students must be rising freshmen through recently graduated (2022) high school students. Basic understanding of computers and a strong passion to understand and learn about cybersecurity.
Familiarity with the Linux command line is helpful but is NOT required.