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Hackers in Education isn't a group or a non-profit. It's simply an initiative with the following mission and vision:

Mission Statement

To empower hackers and information security professionals with the tools, skills, and resources needed to educate their local school system and police departments. 


To educate students and adults about cyber security topics; including cyber bullying, online stranger contact, phishing awareness, account and password security, and online security hygiene.


  1. This is awesome, exactly what I am looking for.

  2. Been nearly a year and I have not seen much traction. I am still trying to connect with members of local schools. The most common response I a getting from individuals I speak with is that they have a security awareness program already. Majority of the ISD's I have talked with are using services like KnowBe4.


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