Discusses a formally defined and implemented infrastructure of best practices aimed specifically at optimizing the coordination and control of the security function.
On behalf of the SECCDC Gold Team, I am proud to announce the results from the 2016 Regional Competition. We had eight teams of talented students from the following institutions engaged head to head over 15 hours of grueling competition. The final scores were extremely close.
Edition 2, Issue 2 - Educational Approaches To Transition Former Military Personnel into the Cyber Security Field
This special edition details educational approaches to transition former military personnel into the cyber security field.
Edition 3, Issue 2 - A Study of State Cybersecurity Capabilities for Local and Regional Collaboration
This special edition details State cyber security capabilities for local and regional collaboration.
A Guide to the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) Cybersecurity Workforce Framework (2.0)
Gives an overview explication of the framework, its concepts, the underlying relationships between the areas, and the general content of those areas.
Addressing the nation's rapidly increasing need for cybersecurity employees, the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) is seeking members from the public and private sectors and academia to join its new working group and encourages interested individuals to participate in a kickoff teleconference the afternoon of January 27, 2016.
Dear Santa, My wish this Christmas is for increased research funding for interdisciplinary cybersecurity research -- most goes to technical innovation and that's important; however, humans are still the weakest link in any cybersecurity system.
It is with great sadness to inform you of the passing of Dr. Aimée Tabor on December 8, 2015. Aimée was a force for broadening participation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and increasing access to education for women, minorities, and those underrepresented in STEM fields. She dedicated her too-short life to this goal at UC Berkeley, always advocating for access and change.