This partnered turnkey solution provides a scalable and customizable infrastructure to deliver skills-based content, using real-world tools and technologies.
The National CyberWatch Center has model cybersecurity curricula available, including multiple degree and certificate programs. The National CyberWatch Center also examines and responds to cybersecurity curricular issues of interest to the larger security community.
The Community College Cyber Summit (3CS) is being reformulated to become one of several symposia within multiple regional and a national Cybersecurity Capabilities and Career Symposia (3CS).
The Cybersecurity Skills Journal: Practice and Research is published by the National CyberWatch Center. National CyberWatch authors benefit from exceptional support, knowledge, and resources and enjoy both national and international exposure. Photo by WOCinTech Chat.
The National CyberWatch Center Digital Press was created to produce and disseminate collections of timely publications on topics related to cybersecurity education, research, and workforce development.
The National CyberWatch Innovations in Cybersecurity Education program is built on the premise that National CyberWatch members are some of the best cybersecurity educational innovators, and that through National CyberWatch, they can share their innovations, accelerate their adoption throughout the academic community, and receive proper recognition for their work.
National CyberWatch Members play a unique and powerful role in cybersecurity education, workforce development, and emerging issues in research, assessment, and evaluation. Membership packages are available for academic institutions, students, individuals, and organizations.
The MACCDC provides hands-on application of information security skills to enhance students’ understanding of both theory and practice. The MACCDC combines legal, ethical, forensics, and technical components while emphasizing a team approach.
National CyberWatch provides support for the National Centers of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity (NCAE-C) program.
The National Cybersecurity Student Association was formed to further the educational and professional development of students through activities, networking, and collaboration.
The National CyberWatch Center’s Research mission is to lead efforts to promote, sponsor, and conduct research on Information Security education and workforce development at the national level.
The Virtual Brown Bag Lunch (VBBL) Program provides early glimpses into innovations in cybersecurity practice and education tools and techniques that will be further examined and developed through the Curriculum Standards Panel (CSP) program. The content exhibited and discussed during the VBBL will be disseminated through CSP pilot programs and the Cybersecurity Skills Development Workshop (CSDW) program.
The National CyberWatch Center Webcast Series brings together nationally recognized subject matter experts with National CyberWatch members and the broader community of education, industry, and government to discuss cybersecurity education and workforce development-related topics.