Phishing emails try to trick users into revealing personal information. Here are three anti-phishing quizzes to help users distinguish genuine emails from fraudulent ones.
Posters and infographics are a great way to decorate a classroom. The National Cyber Security Centre has security advice posters on a range of ITGS topics.
News articles have also been a key source of information and discussion in ITGS. Here are four ITGS news articles from the last week, covering topics from security to privacy and surveillance, ethics, the digital divide,and even TOK.
The Art of Invisibility examines examples of Internet privacy, security, and surveillance issues on the Internet. The book is packed with examples and advice for maintaining privacy and staying secure online.
ITGS infographics: from computer storage to cybersecurity, here are 6 ITGS related diagrams to decorate your classroom and help students revise.
Encryption can provide strong security, even to criminals. Here are 5 famous cases where the encryption has raised legal and ethical issues.
Network security is an important ITGS and IB Computer Science topic. These lesson ideas for router simulators help students learn to setup a secure network.
ITGS news articles are an essential part of the course, forming the basis of many classroom discussions. Here are 5 great articles from the last week.
Here are six ITGS-related infographics covering a range of topics and strands in the ITGS syllabus, from Business and Employment to Healthcare and hardware.