Reaching all cybersecurity educators, at all levels, to provide a platform for them to share their ideas, their research, their successes, and their needs.
- This year's colloquium demonstrated that we can successfully engage with secondary education. We must work harder to more fully engage with 2-year schools.
Reaching business and industry leaders and cybersecurity practitioners to provide a platform for them to share their cybersecurity educational needs, and how they can help.
- Efforts came to fruition, with this year's colloquium, in regaining fuller participation by federal government, and in reaching several top tier cybersecurity firms (e.g. IBM, Palo Alto, APL).
Reaching government leaders and cybersecurity practitioners to provide a platform for them to share their cybersecurity education needs, and how they can help.
- NSA and DHS are more fully engaged. We need to realign with other agencies such as NSF, NIST, other DoD components, etc.
Reaching organizations that produce textbooks, reference materials, and other resources that enhance instruction in cybersecurity, providing a venue for obtaining feedback to improve their products.
- Vendors come. Need to expand reach and numbers. Book signings are terrific venue.
Reaching citizens across America via regional chapters, which focus on regional cybersecurity issues, challenges and successes.
- Two regions are established. Need board members in other regions to develop interest and chapters. Probably need a more fully vetted chapter development program.
Reaching citizens across the global community who wish to promote cybersecurity education for a safer and more secure cyber ecosystem through membership in an organization dedicated to promoting cybersecurity education at all levels.