The Central Florida Navy League is looking for motivated High School students interested in learning more about the world of Cybersecurity.

Where and when is the course?
CyberCamp is Monday, August 2 through Friday, Aug. 6, 2021.
The course will be conducted in the Partnership III building at the University of Central Florida, 3039 Technology Parkway, Orlando, FL 32826

What will this do for me?

This CyberCamp is designed for high school students who are just getting into cybersecurity or who have cybersecurity knowledge and want to learn more. Attending an AFA CyberCamp is the perfect way to get introduced to the world of cybersecurity! Many students who attend a standard AFA CyberCamp go on to participate in CyberPatriot’s National Youth Cyber Defense Competition during the school year. Get a head start on your STEM career and experience what makes CyberPatriot the best National Youth Cyber Education Program!

How do I register?

For more information, contact CFNL at
There will be a registration fee of $50 per student that overs training materials and a CyberCamp t-shirt. This is an in-person event. COVID protocols will be defined in advance of the event and observed throughout training and competition.

What will the course cover?

The camp’s 20-hour curriculum will take place Monday-Friday, 2-6 August. Friday will consist of a “cyber competition” during which students will compete for spots in a national tournament.

• Introduction: Cybersecurity career opportunities, cyber ethics, online safety, how computers work, cyber threats, cybersecurity principles, virtual machines
• Windows 10: Basic security policies and tools, account management, file protections, auditing and monitoring
• Linux/Ubuntu 16 (depending on terminal availability and participant interest the course): Introduction to Linux, Ubuntu 16 terminology and concepts, basic graphical user interface security, basic command line security, intermediate Ubuntu security.

For questions or to register, email We can’t wait to see you there!

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