The High School Network Security Competition
engages high schools students by using
skills-based competitions. For information about
participating or supporting this effort, please contact John
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The following will
aid instructors in becoming familiar with specific aspects of
the competition and curriculum supplements so they can better
prepare students for the competition.
- Instructors can review any sessions that they were not
able to attend. Recordings can be streamed or downloaded for
Videos - The video library is designed to
be shown in the classroom. These videos can also be shared
with students for review prior to the competition. The videos
demonstrate some of the more complex procedures that will be
required of participating students.
- Instructor Notes and PowerPoints - This is
a series of 12 units intended to supplement the current Cisco
IT Essentials or CCNA curriculum consisting of white papers,
lesson plans, and annotated Powerpoints. This content adds
approximately 16-24 hours to the existing curriculum.
- Lab Exercises - This is a series of
exercises, worksheets, and NetLab activities designed to
provide in-class, hands-on experience for the student. The
video library supports each of these activities.
Packet Tracer Files - This is a series of
12 Packet Tracer exercises designed to address the essential
skills required using the latest version of Packet Tracer.
Sample Quizzes - This is a series of 12
quizzes containing 10 questions each
Security Tools - This is a collection of
security tools that students should become familiar with
because they may be used as part of the competition.
Skills Domain 1 and 2 (Jan. 28)
Participant Funding Application