“To identify talent, raise cyber security awareness and develop
future professionals for the Cyber security industry”
There are scores of young people who are developing cyber skills in their bedrooms which are of immense value in the business world. We are here to help them understand how to transform these self taught skills into a credible career within the cyber security industry. Through HACKED, Bluescreen IT’s mission is to become a beacon for young people in the South West and beyond, enabling change for individuals and highlighting the dangers of cybercrime.
The average age of a convicted hacker is just 17.
HACKED AWARENESS CAMPAIGN
Do you know anyone who is exhibiting the tell-tale signs of cybercrime?
YouTube, browser search, favourites, chat, apps,
wireless, programming history
Kali's dragon, tor's onion / worldmap, Wireshark
fin, Cain, Commandine
Forums, emails, chat groups, IRC, telegram, wickr
VPN, Keyloggers, DDoS, proxy, pwned (owned),
shell'd, dox'd, phished, bitcoin
Socially isolated, irregular sleep patterns,
unexplained money, strong political views
Screen switching, multiple accounts, lies
Stop young people being drawn into
Create the urgently needed cyber
professionals of the future.
Strengthen cyber security awareness and
activities in UK businesses.
Approach with Positivity
Acknowledge their skills level and talent. 'you're really good at this'.
Tell them about the HACKED program. 'You know there's a place where you can do that'.
We'll be able to determine if they're involved with online criminal activity.
Gently encourage them to attend the HACKED program.
Give them ongoing support through the program.