Speech about Cyber Defense

For your final project, I want you to put together a “DEBx” presentation.  If you are familiar with TEDx, you will have no problem understanding what this is all about.  The impetus behind this project is letting you come up with a great concept or theory that could help out others.  You may want to put together a talk on education as a cyberdefense initiative, cybercrime thoughts, and the list goes on and on.  You can go out to the internet and watch some TEDx videos to get an idea of what you need to shoot for in terms of your talk.   Note to the writer: i would like the topic  to be about The Importance of Training: Cyber security Awareness to be like a Human Firewall. Or another topic about  Why Is Phishing Awareness Training So Important for companies and employees. But the options are open, so please discuses with me any topic you want to write the speech.    Another great outcome of this project is you will now have a tangible project you can use during job interviews and other talks you may be asked to give to the community.  It is already done and all you have to do is provide the link! Here are the steps for success for this final project: 1) Pick a topic that you are passionate about regarding cybersecurity.  In deciding on your topic, review the concepts of cyber defense you learned throughout the course.  You will want your talk to incorporate many of the themes of the book.  Additionally, you may add in any concepts from your previous IT courses – IT 436, IT 336, and so on. Remember this is a capstone course. 2) Put together the presentation.  It needs to be 7 – 10 minutes in length. Use Panapto or Youtube (or another recording technique) to record your talk.  You will want this to be polished so I expect you to practice before submitting the final project.  3) In addition to the recording, you will need to submit the following deliverables: 1) An executive summary of your talk. This is no longer than one page. Use Times New Roman font and double space your work.   2) A list of 5+ questions that may be asked of you (think like an audience member or present to your friends and get them to give you some questions). Consider this your Q & A section of your talk. If you give your talk in front of your peers, friends, other; you may keep recording for the Q&A section and just keep that as part of your video submission.  3) The reference page that you used in order to prepare for the talk. Note to the writer: Here’s some helpful links.  https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.entrepreneur.com/amphtml/340838 https://resources.infosecinstitute.com/category/enterprise/phishing/phishing-countermeasures/anti-phishing-the-importance-of-phishing-awareness-training/#gref

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