Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA – September 17, 2013
The EC-Council Foundation is taking steps to secure the global community’s digital assets by teaching children how to be safe online through the Live.Learn.Secure. program. The Live.Learn.Secure. education program consists of EC-Council’s Certified Secure Computer User certification. The certification covers the fundamental understanding of what it takes for children to protect themselves online by immersing students in an interactive environment where they learn various computer and network security threats such as: identity theft, credit card fraud, online banking, phishing scams, virus attacks and email hoaxes. In addition keeping children safe online, EC-Council Foundation hopes that the Live.Learn.Secure. education program will help create a body of knowledge that students can use to peruse a career in the cyber security field.
To help EC-Council Foundation achieve its goals of child online safety and securing the global community’s digital assets; the Foundation has partnered with Information Security Summit of Ohio to teach local children the Live.Learn.Secure. program at their training facility. The Information Security Summit Training Center will be the first training facility to partner with the Live.Learn.Secure. program, as all partners thus far have been high schools. The Information Security Summit of Ohio has already gathered 7 volunteers, to teach the program. Their names are listed below:
- Chris Voller
- John Dolinar
- Bob Colombo
- Chris Robinson
- Gary Sheehan
- Richard Ullom
- Lisa Peterson
Gary Sheehan the Executive Director of Information Security Summit stated, “We are excited to begin this partnership as both organizations share a passion for education, especially when it comes educating our future cyber security professionals.”
For more information about the Information Security Summit visit InformationSecuritySummit.org. For more information about the Live.Learn.Secure. program and how to become a partner organization contact Janelle McLean Program Manager of EC-Council Foundation.
About the Information Security Summit:
Information Security Summit is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization registered in the state of Ohio. The Summit works in partnership with various security, compliance and privacy related organizations. Information Security Summit’s purpose and primary objectives are to provide quality, cost-effective training, conferencing and networking events to security, IT and audit professionals; while promoting information security education and awareness to people and organizations in the areas of cyber security, audit, governance, risk management and compliance. For more information about the Information Security Summit visit InformationSecuritySummit.org.
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