Shaping young minds on digital forensics and cybersecurity education, roles and careers after high school
Stafford, VA, May 21, 2019 – Precision Digital Forensics, Inc. (PDFI) (www.pdf-i.com), a leading service disabled veteran owned small business, announced today its invitation to be a guest speaker at Brooke Point High School, located about 40 miles south of Washington D.C. in Stafford, VA.
Ms. Natalie Walden, Cybersecurity and Programming Teacher, who instructs classes on Digital Forensics and Cybersecurity said, “ It is very important for my students to hear directly from practitioners/experts who have real-world knowledge and experience in exciting topics such as digital forensics and cybersecurity. This type of interaction contributes to their education and allows us to reaffirm the value of our program. We are very excited to have Mr. Schilling come to our school and share in knowledge and experiences with us.”
PDFI CEO and Founder, Clayton D Schilling commented, “I would like to thank Ms. Walden for inviting us to participate in this unique opportunity to introduce Brooke Point HS students to the digital forensics and cybersecurity industries. As the need for young, bright, vibrant talent only increases in these high-paying, sustainable jobs; programs such as these continue to offer talented high students the opportunity to learn about the industry and compete in these highly competitive fields.”