Student Technology Conference

This online event is free to attend, so be sure to invite your friends to attend!

Do Employees Lack Cyber Security Training?

The Target retail store’s database hack is one of the biggest cybersecurity breaches that the US has faced. The hackers stole debit and credit card information and other details of over 40 million customers from the store’s database. This is a very big breach and these types of news are a regular occurence now. All this is happening due to the lack of cybersecurity training among the employees of organizations. It is not the big wigs; even the small and budding players in the business field suffer from online threats. This halts their business operations and also causes a dent in their reputation. It is about time that these online threats get a lot more important so that the customers feel safe and secure to provide their confidential information to the industries.

2016 Student Tech Fair

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The 2016 Student Technology Conference

provides an international forum for the: 

Presentation

Fostering a better understanding of how students use technology in education and to engage students, teachers and administrators in a conversation about technology.

Sharing

Assisting teachers and administrators in understanding how students use technology both in and out of the classroom.

Discussion

Strengthening the relationship between students, teachers and administrators about technology in the curriculum.

Sponsors & Partners

Marymount School is the founding school of the 2015 Student Technology Conference. Marymount School is an independent, Catholic day school that seeks to educate young women who continue to question, risk, and grow—young women who care, serve, and lead—young women prepared to challenge, shape, and change the world.
Dwight School, an internationally recognized IB Open World School, is committed to finding and igniting the “spark of genius” in every child. Kindling their interests, we develop inquisitive, informed, self-aware, and ethical citizens who will build a better world.

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The Student Technology Conference is free to attend. No registration is required to attend these sessions, but please consider registering at this site so we can keep you updated about upcoming events.