Hello everyone. My name is Elad Inbar and I'm the CEO of RobotLAB. I would like to invite you to our cybersecurity lab that we created for Guilford County school in North Carolina.
As you enter the lab, you have Pepper as a greeter pepper is engaging the students, telling them what's today in the curriculum, what they're going to do today. Obviously, they can work with the robot, they can program the robot, they can try to hack the robot. That's a part of the holding. Yes. Hacking the robot, she's scared. Come into the lab.
So, in the lab we have five different stations. And the idea is that we want students to be able to work on different areas as a home environment, ISP, Banks, companies, and basically try to inject each other’s network and try to hack each other's network while the other groups are trying to defend themselves against that.
We have created a wall of TVs over there where students can actually share their screen, they can broadcast their screens over there, and the teacher can monitor. The station is over there. The teacher can monitor and can see what each group is doing. The curriculum is taking the students from the basics of what is the internet, how it works DNS, IPS, and so on and over to hacking passwords, how to protect your environment, firewalls, routers and so on.
And obviously in ethical ways, we don't want them to be hackers and break things. We want them to understand how the environment works and actually protect themselves and protect their companies when they graduate and finish the course here.
This is our cybersecurity lab. It goes great together with the AI lab. We created for this school the same environment here as well. And if you want to learn more, if you want to bring that to your school please contact us. We'll be more than happy to help you. Thank you.
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