Morgan Zantua, Executive Director of the Center for Cybersecurity Innovation
Cybersecurity professionals are in demand. There are 1,091,575 working cybersecurity professionals, and according to Cyberseek.org, 714,578 job openings are unfilled. The Center of Cybersecurity Innovation is leading a consortium of 10 partners in seven states to change this dynamic.
This week, The Center brought 21 high school teachers and ten partners/faculty members from to Seattle for the first Cybersecurity Highschool Innovation (CHI) Summer Summit.
Will Longman, CISO for Blue Origin, and a team of eight cybersecurity team members plus one physicist kicked off the summit with a tour of Blue Origin’s cybersecurity and manufacturing facility in Renton, WA. This week’s activities included virtual presentations on Critical Infrastructure by Casey O’Brien, U of Illinois, a rousing talk by Mike Hamilton, Critical Insights, a panel presentation on the future of cybersecurity jobs in the Cloud, by Shamun Mahmud and Joan Ross, and an in-person presentation by MAJ Sameer Puri and MAJ Laura Dutton from the Washington National Guard on cybersecurity career benefits and opportunities.
This Fall, these teachers will inspire their students to learn about cybersecurity. What can you do to close the workforce gap? Spread the word! Our 2023 recruitment for the next round of CHI High School teachers begins September 1st. Watch for the announcement and share this information with the high school teachers, principals, and students in your community.
Dr. Jon Helmus is an Offensive Security Engineer, Academic Professional, and Author with over 12 years of experience in cybersecurity and technology. He has a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, Masters of Cybersecurity with a focus in Penetration Testing, and a Doctorate in Computer Science. He is also currently attending Dakota State University for a Ph.D. in Cyber Operations. Much of his research within offensive security and academia has been on cloud computing. He has also given talks at multiple conferences and published papers and books on cloud computing and cybersecurity.
This survey is open to current CAE students as well as those who have graduated within the past 5 years. The survey will take no more than 15 minutes to complete and is being conducted on behalf of the Florida Center for Cybersecurity (Cyber Florida) at the University of South Florida (USF). Your participation in this survey is voluntary and anonymous.
The NSA works jointly with North Carolina State University (NCSU) and issues a call for white papers soliciting potential collaborators for the following calendar year. This year’s technical areas of interest include operationalizing artificial intelligence and machine learning; humanmachine teaming; and content triage. The Lab for Analytic Sciences will host office hours throughout July to address questions that potential collaborators may have. This year, white papers are due by Friday, 29 July. To learn more: Read the 2023 Call for White Papers (PDF). For details and to register for Collaborators Day, click here.
When: Thursday July 28th, 2022 from 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM
Who: Any students who are interested in capstone preparation.
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Anyone curious or interested in Cybersecurity is welcome to join! Meetings are held on Thursdays at 5:30 PDT via MS Teams. This summer’s meetings are focused on planning.
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