Let’s rob a bank: Bringing cyber resilience skills into youth work
Join us from 11am to 12.30pm on 15 October to learn more about cyber resilience skills through an engaging activity you can run with young people.
In order to stop a cyber criminal, it can help to think like one. In this interactive activity, you’ll step into the shoes of a cyber criminal and learn How to Rob a Bank. The challenge is to break into Strathclyde Bank using the same tools and techniques used by cyber security professionals. Working together you’ll “steal” money from the bank.
No cyber security knowledge is required, and afterwards you'll get everything you need to run the same activity with your groups. Take part in this interactive and fun session and learn digital skills.
The session is led by Craig Steele, from Digital Skills Education.