Tech-savvy teens assist seniors with cybersecurity and technology, it’s awesome

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  • High school cybersecurity students help seniors with online safety
  • Students provide tips on creating strong passwords and avoiding scams

High school cybersecurity students from the Clark County Career Technical Center visited the Springfield Masonic Community to educate seniors on cyber security. Retired teacher Betty Jane Gardner initiated the program to help seniors navigate the online world. The students presented on various cyber security topics, such as creating secure passwords and recognizing online scams. This initiative not only helps seniors stay safe online but also provides valuable experience for the students. With seniors losing billions to internet crimes, the program aims to empower seniors to protect themselves. Ultimately, the collaboration between the students and seniors serves as a win-win situation for everyone involved.

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