An ex-employee of organizations like FBI and CIA, Bjorn Beam, has brought an educational program to teach students about cybersecurity. Bjorn has named this program Security Squad. It teaches students about cybersecurity and digital safety through a gamified format like Choose your own adventure.
Bjorn has utilized his eight years of experience of working in the reputed intelligence organization to develop this game frame program for students. The aim of the Security Squad is to make students understand the digital risks that people can face in the future.
It is important to make students digital citizens so that they can use the internet safely and can understand the cybersecurity risks involved in it.
Bjorn is teaching students how to keep their personal information secure while using technology. Every day thousands of children are becoming victims of cyber threats due to digital technology. This platform is like a school subject program that teaches lessons to children.
Security Squad is also like an adventure game. It gives meaningful tasks to the student so that they can learn about cybersecurity.
As per the detailed information available on Josep Vinaixa, Security Squad’s video game frame includes choosing an adventure that allows children face problem-solving conditions in the game. This program provides a personal experience to the children with a specific view.
Security Squad program is available for children after the consent of teachers or parents. It is highly visual and helpful for those children who struggle to read things. Teachers and parents can use this program to make the kids safe during online presence.
Security Squad’s topic-specific games are yet to be released in early 2020.