Maj. Gen. Lee Tafanelli, adjutant general, Kansas National Guard, is the keynote speaker at the Wichita Cyber Security Forum at Wichita State University, Oct. 4. Tafanelli explained the affects of cyber security in everyday operations, both military and civilian. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Matt McCoy)
By Master Sgt. Matt McCoy, 184th Public Affairs
Cyber experts and business professionals gathered at Wichita State University’s Eugene M. Hughes Metroplex for the Wichita Cyber Security Forum, Oct. 4.
The forum offered “how-to” insights on reducing security risks, building strong defenses, protecting networks and recovering systems after a breach. The audience was filled with business leaders and IT personnel for small businesses, schools, government organizations and non-profit organizations. Continue reading
Members of the 184th Intelligence Wing hosted a cyber boot camp on July 27th, 2017. The boot camp focused on teaching local high school students basic concepts of cyber security. (Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Justin Jacobs)
By Tech. Sgt. Justin Jacobs, 184th Public Affairs
The 184th Intelligence Wing and Wichita State University partnered to host a cyber boot camp at the university’s engineering building near Jabara Airport, Wichita, July.
What is a cyber boot camp? It is a weeklong camp designed to teach local high school students about cyber security.