Intro to Encryption: How to Protect Your Information
Posted by TechGirlz on February 19, 2018
FEBRUARY 21 @ 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Run by South Philadelphia Library. Please email Eric Vo with any questions. Thank you!
Whether it is your teacher’s test questions or your parent’s credit card number, this information must be privacy protected. During this TechShop, you will learn how information is protected online.
Throughout the workshop students will work on puzzles, encryption and code breaking. At the end of the lesson students will see if they can figure out encrypted information, i.e. Can they crack the code? Let’s see who can succeed in protecting their information!.
Note: Use Tasker-Morris subway stop and look for South Philadelphia Health & Literacy Center on southwest corner. There is street parking available (spots in front on Broad St are metered) as well as free parking on neighboring blocks (west is better). Beware 2 hr parking limits. Snacks will be provided.
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