The Purdue University Cybersecurity Camp is the only residential GenCyber student program in the state of Indiana and the surrounding Midwestern states created for girls entering 9th - 12th grades.
The Cybersecurity Camp’s foundational courses (Programming, Cybersecurity, and Networking) allows girls to explore an interest in cybersecurity through topics such as Cybersecurity First Principles, ethics, and online safety.
In addition, the girls will also attend eight cybersecurity electives:
- High Tech Crime Unit
- Wireless Security
- Digital Forensics
- Homeland Security
- Mobile Forensics
- Catching Phish
- The Cybercriminal
The Purdue Cybersecurity Camp is scheduled for June 9th – 14th, 2019.
We are no longer accepting applications at this time as the camp is full for 2019.
Contact Ethan Kingery
About the program
Contact Dr. Kathryn C. Seigfried-Spellar
Assistant Professor at Purdue University
We want you to leave with a sense of awareness of cyber security issues and an appreciation for its impact on the individual and society at large. Overall, the Purdue University Cybersecurity Camp is dedicated to increasing awareness and interest in cyber security careers as well as increasing diversity within the cyber security field.