Sponsored by the National Security Agency and National Science Foundation, GenCyber is a 7-day, residential summer camp open to students of diverse cybersecurity experience. If accepted to the yearly camp cohort, campers will enjoy engaging, hands-on learning opportunities including classroom activities and field trips to NSA Georgia and the Fort Gordon Cyber Center of Excellence.
Applications are now open through this Friday, April 30, for GenCyber 2021! Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this year's camp will be a non-residential day camp format this year, the week of June 21-25.
A fancy word for summarizing or explaining in a way that is easily understood.
Able to be inserted or removed from a project, each module has its own function interchangeable with other modules.
Separating areas where resources are located prevents accidents and loss of data, keeping information worlds from colliding.
Resources hardware, system objects, or processes must be separated and used as intended.
A process occurs when a task is executed. Keeping processes separate prevents the failure of one process from negatively impacting another.
Cyber security uses multiple layers of defenses for protecting information. If one layer is defeated, then the next one should catch it.
One of the ways to protect information is by limiting what people can do with your information and resources. You may allow someone to read a letter, but not edit it.
Minimization refers to having the least functionality of a program or device. The goal is to simplify and decrease the number of ways the software can be exploited.
Applications have closed for GenCyber 2021!