Cybersecurity is everyone's job.
Cyber Advisory Council
Subject Matter Expert Research Consortia
Developing Cyber Security Curriculum & Learning Methodologies for Minority Community Inclusion & Economic Growth
Committee Support System
Building a culture that changes our mindset and build resiliency requires leadership, training and awareness. The Cyber Advisory Council marries technical skills with policy in order to assist in developing the necessary structure to reinforce a cultural shift in America and around the world.
Design Based Research
The first group of approved Subject Matter Experts were nominated and Certified February 2018. Development work is now ongoing and reports will be posted on this site.
Approved Feb 2018
Nominations for the second Cyber Security Advisory Cohort will be announced June 2018.
Cyber Inclusion Advocates
Working Group Contribution
The Cyber Security Alliance provides private sector input on concepts, design strategies , and actions that advance cybersecurity education, training, and workforce development
The mission of NICE is to energize and promote a robust network and an ecosystem of cybersecurity education, training, and workforce development.
DHS Science and Technology Directorate
In July 2017, the DHS Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) Cyber Security Division (CSD) hosted the 2017 Cyber Security R&D Showcase and Technical Workshop, the federal government’s largest cybersecurity R&D conference. The event featured innovative CSD technologies that address current complex cybersecurity challenges. In this video, CSD program manager Edward Rhyne moderates a panel discussion about innovations in cybersecurity education. Panelists are Alice Hockenbury, Vice President of Public Policy and Advocacy of the Girl Scouts of the USA; Rick Geritz, Chief Executive Office of LifeJourney and Russ Shilling, Senior Innovation Fellow of Digital Promise Global.
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