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College Credit

A student has the opportunity to earn up to three college credit hours at Murray State University by attending CyberCave Academy. Due to the nature of the camp, students must be going  into their sophomore, junior or senior year of high school in Fall 2014.

 

CyberCave Academy Details

Applications will be accepted online and in the mail, January 1 – May 1. No matter what month you apply, the acceptance letters will be mailed mid-May. However, through the email listed on your application, you will receive notification shortly after you apply that your application has been received. Other information will be mailed or emailed between May and the start of camp, so please give updated contact information. Students under the age of 18 must have an adult/guardian signature on the registration forms. Students under 18 without parent signature will not be allowed to do all activities. This is a residential camp and all students will be asked to stay in the dorm, even if they are from Murray or surrounding towns.

 

First Year Academy

At CyberCave Academy, you will learn about a variety of technologies that may include: Basic Computer networking, Wireless technology, Voice Over IP, Network Security, Network applications, computer media and satellite communications and GPS.

Summer 2014:

CyberCave Academy Camp #1:  June 8-June 13

CyberCave Academy Camp #2:  June 22-June 27

CyberCave Security Academy

Have you ever wondered how companies protect their network and computers from hackers? Second-year camp will focus on network and host security.  You will learn about security tools and security methods companies use to protect their data and how you can protect your own computer.  Along with the advanced telecommunications training you will receive in Security Academy, the group will take a field trip and hear from guest speakers about security topics.This camp is recommended for returning campers, but accommodations may be made.

Security camp includes technologies like:
Network Defense Techniques, Network Traffic Analysis, Bridging Firewalls, Intrusion Detection Systems

*Seniors may have the opportunity to attend a CyberCave camp and Security camp in one summer, but priority will be given to returning students!

Summer 2014:

CyberCave Security Academy:  July 6-11

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