Inspiring the next generation of cybersecurity professionals

Sponsored by the National Security Agency and National Science Foundation, GenCyber is a 6-day, residential summer camp open to students of diverse cybersecurity experience. If accepted to the yearly camp cohort, campers will enjoy engaging, hands-on learning opportunities including classroom activities and field trips to NSA Georgia and the Fort Eisenhower Cyber Center of Excellence. 

GenCyber 2024 June 2nd- 7th

The application for our 2024 program is now open! 

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Goals of the GenCyber Camp:

  • Expose high school students to potential careers and issues in cybersecurity. 
  • Teach students to secure their digital lifestyle. 
  • Demonstrate to students why "Internet of Things" devices need to be secured. 
  • Augusta University's program is designed to teach the GenCyber First Principles (listed below), cybersecurity ethics and online safety and hygiene.

Subjects covered in GenCyber include:

GenCyber Cybersecurity Concepts: Defense in Depth, Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability, Thinking like an Adversary, and Keeping it Simple 

In addition to these cybersecurity concepts, Augusta University's GenCyber program will also cover:

  • Cryptography
  • Cryptanalysis
  • Robotics
  • Python programming
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GenCyber Camp at Augusta University


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