Google Glass, the voice-controlled glasses that act as a wearable computer, recently became available to a handful of initial testers. After participating in an application process and submitting a proposal on how I would use the product, I was selected as a Glass Explorer for Google. As an educator, I emphasized that Google Glass had tremendous educational value, and could be used to develop curricula for middle and high school students on cyber security and digital forensics. This would help contribute to Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education, and the technology would allow me to share my passion and empower others to choose an excellent career path. As a cyber security professional, I articulated excitement about how Google Glass can be utilized to change the face of digital forensics and how we keep our nation and various corporations secure…
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