AT&T hosts CyberCamps for teens

Summer is here and so are the bugs. Lots and lots of bugs. Thankfully this summer, one particular camp will be held indoors and include many ways to detect and protect yourself from bugs. Drumroll please, CyberCamps!

AT&T and the Air Force Association (AFA) are hosting “CyberCamps” to teach teens basic cybersecurity skills and promote STEM fields. AFA will provide software and training kits for CyberCamp. And our employee experts will teach cybsecurity safety and ethics. We’ll also teach basic network security skills. We’ll show campers how to improve password security, notice phishing attempts and a whole lot more.

The program is part of AFA’s CyberPatriot National Youth Cyber Education Program — taking place in El Segundo, California; Colorado Springs, Colorado; and San Antonio, Texas.

This camp sure beats being attacked by mosquitos — all summer long. For more information, click here.

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