Cyber Clinics

We are taking a public health approach to cyber-security. Cyber Clinics follow a “triage, treat, and train” methodology where trained “Cyber-Medics” provide personalized cyber-security guidance. The main objective of a Cyber Clinic is to teach people valuable techniques in cyber self-defense.

Cyber Clinics provide a mutually beneficial value proposition; the “patients” learn how to improve their cyber self-defense, and student cyber-medics apply their cybersecurity knowledge and develop practical experience.

Our Cyber Clinic guidance is published as a public service under a Creative Commons license and can be found here – Cyber Clinic Guidance

Cyber Clinic #4: Attorney General’s Office

The Cyber Clinic held at the Nevada State Attorney General’s Office provided cybersecurity training to state employees about how to better protect themselves.

Cyber Clinic #3: Governor’s Mansion

Our Cyber Clinic held at the Governor’s Mansion, served over 175 State employees and their family and friends. Governor Sandoval sent a message to all state employees that reinforced the importance of cybersecurity and highlighted the unique “public health” approach of the cyber clinics by recognizing the need for good “cyber-hygiene.”

Cyber Clinic #2: UNR Cybersecurity Awareness Month

The UNR Cyber Clinic, conducted on October 27, 2016 at the University of Nevada, Reno, was held in the Knowledge Center Rotunda. The Cyber Clinic focused on informing, and providing guidance to students and faculty on general cyber-hygiene practices.

Cyber Clinic #1: Reno Air Races

We held the first, prototype Cyber Clinic at the 2016 National Air Racing Championships (Reno Air Races) in September. Cyber Club members interacted with close to 200 attendees gathering survey data on cyber-security practices, creating insights into most critical issues, and preparing the team for future Cyber Clinics.