Morgan Zantua, Executive Director of the Center for Cybersecurity Innovation
Twenty-five years ago, while working as a consultant-trainer for a state-wide initiative, I developed a motivational model to help people reinstate a suspended driver’s license. In my course, I used the analogy that you had to be able to drive your C3A3R3 to achieve success. I discovered this model worked beyond reinstating a suspended driver’s license. This model applied to life in general. These nine words and the C3A3R3 model will support your success in the 21st century.
The C words one must demonstrate are:
Confidence: the ability to present your knowledge in a way others trust and will work with you.
Competence: this represents your knowledge base – you must keep current on the changing technology.
Communication: strong verbal and writing skills to impart your work in small groups and to larger audiences.
The A words are:
Accountability: now more than ever, we work in teams. As a team member you must be accountable to your teammates and deliver your work on time and with quality.
Attitude: Attitude broadcasts who you are. Do you show up with a positive frame of mind, eager to learn, work, and contribute?
Appearance: Depending upon where you are in the world, dress code varies. Now appearance is defined as – do you appear in your meetings and at work engaged? Or are you spending more time on your phone?
Finally, the R words are:
Responsibility: do you demonstrate leadership in team meetings, do you contribute to all levels of the project? at work.
Reliability – do you complete your assignments on time, with quality? At STC you receive a grade for your work, in the business world, you get a raise, a promotion, or recognition.
Respect: is defined by “admiration and regard.” We all want respect. Respect is earned by demonstrating giving respect to other and by actualizing the C3A3R3 model. Does this model work for you? I would like to know. It worked for over 1,000 people in the 1990’s. Is it relevant today? Feel free to email me and share your thoughts.
Congratulations to Farzin Bahadori for starting a new full-time position with Intel.
Congratulations to Andre Idlebird for passing the Test Out Ethical Hacking Certification exam aligned IS 468 Ethical Hacking.
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.
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Presenter: Leon Yen – Technical Program Manager at Google
When: July 14th, 2022 at 4:30 PDT
Where: MS Teams
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Cybersecurity Club is recruiting officers for the upcoming quarter. Please reach out to Tyler Thomas or Will Forde if interested or with any questions.
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