When educating a younger audience (or any audience in the world of cybersecurity), remember everything in cybersecurity begins and ends with the understanding that if you have data, then you have cyber risk. If your audience truly does not believe their data is at risk, your lesson will fall on deaf ears. If you’re instructing someone, start your lesson with stories and case studies on how real this problem is and make them specific to your audience. A high school audience, for example, may not put much thought into statistics on cyber breaches that negatively impact the healthcare industry, but they will certainly pay attention when they know how it connects to them.