In the News

TDN Co-Founder Featured in the FIU Magazine.

"Cyber expert and former Marine Brian Fonseca surveys the online landscape—from dangers to individuals to national threats exacerbated by the pandemic—and describes educating the next generation of e-warriors."

September 15, 2020

TDN Co-Founder Featured in the Miami Herald - "The Key To Combating Cyber Insecurity: Changing Behavior, Training The Workforce"

November 13, 2016

The goal is to change behavior. To do this, we must strengthen what we call the “cyber hygiene” of users through a mix of training and educational activities. Cyber hygiene — taking precautions to mitigate threats — should be integrated into primary and secondary education. Trade schools, community colleges and universities should develop short and long-term educational opportunities designed to move students into the workforce more rapidly. Educators must also target professionals in a wide range of fields and levels — from program management to administration, from office clerks to executive officers.

TDN Highlighted in New America's Teaching Cyber
Citizenship
Bridging Education and National Security to
Build Resilience to New Online Threats by Peter Singer, Nathan Fisk, Jimmeka Anderson, and Lisa Guernsey.

July 2021

"One example is Teaching Digital Natives, a Florida-based nonprofit founded in 2017 that provides coding camps and training to teachers and kids in the Miami area."

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