Mentoring High School Students on Digital Forensics and Cybersecurity Roles and Careers

Stafford, VA, December 07, 2021 – Precision Digital Forensics, Inc. (PDFI) (, a leading service disabled veteran owned small business, announced today its invitation to be a guest speaker at North Stafford High School (NSHS), located about 40 miles south of Washington D.C. in Stafford, VA. Ms. Walisa Sabb, Business Teacher, ASA and FBLA Adviser, who provides Cybersecurity instruction at NSHS said, “It is very important for my students to hear directly from practitioners and experts who have real-world knowledge and experience in digital forensics and cybersecurity. This type of collaboration with industry allows us to create a curriculum that inspires high school students to pursue digital forensics and cybersecurity careers. We are very excited to have Mr. Schilling volunteer his time and come to our school to share his expertise and experiences with us.” PDFI CEO and Founder, Clayton D Schilling commented, “We here at PDFI are honored and I would personally like to thank Ms. Sabb for giving us the opportunity to help shape the next generation of digital forensics and cybersecurity practitioners. High school Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) curriculums are essential to our future generations of leaders, scientists, engineers, and mathematicians who will be tasked to solve the complex problems they are sure to face in the future. Cybersecurity is a significant part of STEM, and by teaching our children about it early, we can ensure a safe and secure digital future for us all. As the need for digital forensics and cybersecurity practitioners increases in these high-paying, sustainable jobs; programs such as these continue to offer talented high school students the opportunity to learn about the industry and compete in these highly competitive fields.”

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