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Bridging the Digital Divide

The Digital Skills for Seniors class at the Wyoming State Museum is a shining example of how tailored, patient, and accessible training can empower seniors to confidently engage with technology. By recognizing and addressing the unique challenges faced by this demographic, the museum has created a welcoming environment where seniors can learn, grow, and stay connected in our increasingly digital world.

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Cybersecurity Safety Tips for the Modern Traveler

When we plan our next adventure, we focus on what new landscapes we’ll see and unforgettable memories we’ll make. But amid the excitement, it’s easy to forget about the less glamorous side of travel—like safeguarding your digital identity and all your tech gear.

Learn from our own Cybersecurity Business Counselor, Mary Keane.

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Webinars for Seniors

Real life cyber crime happens.  Hear one couple’s description of their experience with a tech support scam, the feelings and reactions it invoked, and their advice to you if you experience the same.

Webinar: June 5, 1 p.m. Mountain/2 p.m. Central

All are welcome!
Sponsored by PC Matic and CyberWyoming Alliance.

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Cowgirls in STEM Camp

JUNE 10 – 13 in ROCK SPRINGS:
BOCES is thrilled to partner with COWGIRLS in STEM (Computational Outreach for Wyoming Girls in STEM) for an engaging and interactive 4-day summer camp focused on computing and STEM. Students will develop computational thinking skills through hands-on lessons, explore the world of coding, and dive into robotics! Explore the science behind our natural environment, engage in hands-on chemistry experiments, and taste the process of fossilization during this camp.

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Car Spying May Be Far Worse | Chris Bonatti

Car Spying May Be Far Worse By Guest Blogger, Chris Bonatti, Cybersecurity Consultant with IECA of Casper In December, IECA learned that most late model cars are spying on you… exploiting largely unread privacy policies to collect everything from precise geolocation data to sexual preference. IECA has learned more since

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Identity Management Day 2024: Be Identity Smart!

Identity Management Day 2024 Be Identity Smart! Mark your calendars for April 9, 2024, because it’s Identity Management Day! Established in partnership with the National Cybersecurity Alliance to raise awareness about digital identity security, this day reminds us of the importance of safeguarding our online identities. Here’s how you can

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The First Youth Apprenticeship Week (YAW) 2024

Celebrating the Very First Youth Apprenticeship Week (YAW) 2024 Youth Apprenticeship Week (YAW) is taking place from May 5 to May 11, 2024. This nationwide celebration, building on the success of National Apprenticeship Week, aims to shed light on the incredible opportunities offered by Registered Apprenticeship programs for youth aged

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Wyoming Nonprofit Conference

Save the Date for the 2024 Wyoming Nonprofit Conference! The Wyoming Community Foundation and the Wyoming Nonprofit Network’s biennial conferences join forces for one dynamic annual learning event: the 2024 Wyoming Nonprofit Conference. Led by the Wyoming Nonprofit Network, this conference promises to be a remarkable opportunity for professional development

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WACTE Summer Conference

Get ready to embark on an enriching journey at the Wyoming Association for Career and Technical Education (WACTE) Summer Conference! From June 10th to 13th, 2024, educators from across the state will gather in Laramie for this annual event packed with learning, networking, and inspiration. What to Expect: The WACTE

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Wyoming Reported Scams – Annual Release of Data

LARAMIE – In its fourth year of collecting scam information, the CyberWyoming Alliance released the annual Wyomingite reported scam statistics from the Hacker’s Brief, a weekly report of scams that are redacted and posted on Facebook groups, sent via email subscriptions, and printed in community minded newspapers. The information is

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