Technology has helped us advance in various ways. Millions of years ago, we began using things like fire and stone tools to survive. Then, we built better tools with new materials that were stronger. As time went on, we gained new tools as we continued to refine the ones we had before. This process continued all the way up till today, and we still develop new and exciting technology that will someday help the world.
On this page, you’ll learn about a piece of technology you’re probably familiar with, computers! You’ll learn about what makes them tick, as well as how you can use technology smartly and safely.
Learn to surf safely!
Take a look at our Online Safety tips! They’ll help you stay safe on the internet. This page is for all ages.
What is Cybersecurity?
Cybersecurity refers to protecting your devices, programs, data, and network from attacks. Devices that are not properly protected are the easiest to attack. The first step in protecting your devices and data is recognizing attack methods and knowing how to protect your devices.
Introduction to the Computer’s Architecture
This tech post talks about computer architecture in a rather simple format so that kids of all ages will be able to understand the various parts of the computer and their functions.
Passwords – Keeping your Information Secure!
Passwords are an important step in protecting your information. Here, you can learn what a password is, how to make one, and how you can protect yourself!
As cyber-criminals become more and more adept at accessing our online information, our manner of defending against such attacks must also evolve. One way we can keep our information safe is via a security feature called Multifactor Authentication (MFA).
Safely Using Social Media!
Do you use social media? If so, you need to be aware of the challenges and dangers involved. This page will tell you what you need to know to stay safe.
Social Engineering – Trying to fool you to get access to your information and devices
Here you will learn what Social Enginering is and find some examples which include phone calls, emails, and websites.