Escape Rooms earns top billing in Innovations in Cybersecurity Education Sometimes playing games is the best way to learn and is especially helpful with tricky subject matter. The 2019 Innovations in Cyber Education winner in Instruction—Thinking Outside the Box-Using Escape Room Games to Interest Teachers and Students in Cybersecurity—uses challenges
The October edition of the National CyberWatch Communicator features Secure Decision’s Virtual Brown Bag Lunch, Innovations in Cybersecurity Education, Innovation winner for evidence-based strategies, call for Curriculum Standards Panelists, Immaculata University, National Cybersecurity Student Association’s Open Office Hours, free access to Nessus Essentials, WiCyS webinar, and the National Cyber League.
The September vol. 2 Communicator features the October 9th Virtual Brown Bag Lunch, the Innovations in Cybersecurity Education publication, Instruction Innovation, Call for Curriculum Standards Panelists, Call for Research Interns, NSA’s Codebreaker Challenge, National Cyber League as an eSport, WiCyS Webinar, and the 2019 Triangle InfoSeCon. Read more.
An educational pathway that moves everyone at the same pace A typical school of thought is that everyone learns the same way and receives the same amount of information, especially when it comes to cybersecurity education. But that’s not always the best or most successful method. This year’s Innovations in
More than 50 creative ideas, projects and programs were submitted and five winners earned honors and recognition in the National CyberWatch Center’s (NCC) Innovations in Cybersecurity Education award program. Awards crossed four categories: evidence-based strategies, instruction, practice and program development. Winning submissions were: Pathway to Advancement in Cybersecurity Education; Thinking
The September edition of the National CyberWatch Communicator features the Virtual Brown Bag Lunch on Cybersecurity Skills Journal, Allegro Microsystem’s Applied Cybersecurity Essentials Bootcamp, Women in CyberSecurity’s Webinar on “Pivoting to a Career in Cybersecurity”, the Institue of World Politics one-day seminar series, National Cybersecurity Student Association’s Open Office Hours,
The August Volume 2 edition of the National CyberWatch Communictor features Hood College’s Award for the Innovations in Cybersecurity Education Award, National Cybersecurity Student Association introduces CyberXL, a recorded webinar on the Perceived Impact of Barriers to Retention on Women in Cybersecurity, Richland College’s full-time cybersecurity position, the 2019 Triangle
The August edition of the National CyberWatch Communicator features the Innovations in Cybersecurity Education Awards and Publication, a call for the Virtual Brown Bag Lunch presenters, Peak Cyber Symposium, GenCyber Camp, Podcast on Penetration Testing, Resources and Opportunities at George Washington University, Cybersecurity Across Curricula: Accounting and Cryptocurrencies, and an
For anyone who has wanted to make an impact in cybersecurity education and workforce development, now is the chance. Share your security knowledge, skills, and expertise as part of the National CyberWatch Center Curriculum Standards Panel. Registration is now open. The National CyberWatch Curriculum Standards Panel was established in 2016
The July edition of the National CyberWatch Communicator features the Community College Cyber Summit (3CS), Curriculum Standards Panel, Cybersecurity Skills Journal recorded webinar, Cybersecurity Across the Curricula: Accounting and Cryptocurrencies, Women in CyberSecurity (WiCyS) webinar, Cybersecurity Curricular Guidance, WomenTech Gender Equity Self-Assessment, Project Ares, National Cyber League’s Pro Tip Tuesday,