In this week’s episode, we tell you the story of how Australian hackers infiltrated NASA, just months after the country was hooked up to the internet in 1989.
Explore Classroom Activities and More
Students are presented with a top-secret scenario in which they must intercept a message from a spy.
Students must teach others about how information is transferred over the Internet.
In this activity, students will pretend they are entrepreneurs about to begin their own company website and they want their login system to be as secure as possible.
Students will become members of their school’s Scam Alert Team to help protect their community from internet scams.
Students will take on the role of digital forensic investigators who have been tasked with investigating a recent store robbery.
Students have been hired by a toy company to create a new jigsaw puzzle that will be marketed as the year’s trickiest!
The Internet is indefinitely down in the office, and students must devise a way to send private and secure messages to each other.
How can new technology be safely used in ways that benefit individuals and society?
How can we ensure that our personal information is secure online?
Why is it important to think before you post something online?