Press

Cyber Club Has Makings of Nationally Competitive Team

December 21, 2016 – NSights

“The Nevada Cyber Club wrapped up its first full semester with two notable accomplishments. First, the Cyber Clinic project and delivery of the third and final Cyber Clinic for the Fall semester at the Governor’s Mansion. Second, are the results of the Fall 2016 season of the National Cyber League competition and the emergence of a cyber competition team at the University. Both accomplishments represent the culmination of the hard work and dedication of the Cyber Club members.”

UCED Cybersecurity Podcast

January 6, 2017 – Youtube

 

Got a cyber problem? See a Cybermedic

November 23, 2016 – Reno Gazette Journal

“The Nevada Cyber Club students, using the concept of a cyber teaching hospital as the organizing principle, are initially focusing on the problem of individual cyberhygiene. Just as washing your hands is good hygiene, certain cyber practices help protect against cyber problems. Improving cyberhygiene, just like washing hands, is good for the individual and the community. Researching good cybersecurity practices to develop cyber clinic guidance, then training to deliver the approved guidance to individuals in a cyber clinic setting provides students with an immersive learning experience. The purpose is clear: Develop student expertise, so they can help individuals and organizations improve their cybersecurity through improving cyberhygiene.” ~ James Elste, Faculty Advisor, Nevada Cyber Club

Make online security part of everyday routine

August 17, 2016 – Las Vegas Review

“It is important to know the security of the device one is using. If it’s a smartphone, for example, it should have a password to gain access and the privacy features should be turned on. Also, one should be aware of the vulnerable information they are inputting into a device, such as Social Security number, driver’s license or bank account numbers, and know whether the software they are downloading, such as all those smartphone apps, is secure.” ~ Joan Patterson

James Elste emphasized that it all boils down to being “educated and aware.”

The article outlines basic safety tips and where to learn more.