2017 CSSIA Faculty Professional Development Workshops

2017 CSSIA Faculty Professional Development Workshops

Join the CAE in Cybersecurity Community on November 5th and 6th in Dayton, Ohio for CSSIA Faculty Professional Development Workshops. These workshops will take place at Sinclair Community College right before the nice conference. If you are interested in learning more about these workshops, please see the details below. Please note that these workshops will occur simultaneously; you will not be able to attend both workshops. Therefore, when registering below, please keep this in mind.

Cisco Certified Network Associate in Cyber Security (CCNA-Security) Instructor Training

CCNA Security prepares you to design, implement, and support security for networked devices. This is an intensive two-day hands-on class in which you will learn to configure firewalls, IDS, ACL and many other security technologies. The class helps prepare teachers to teach this class. Add a security specialty to your CCNA networking skills and expand your student’s career opportunities.


  • Develop a working knowledge of network security principles, tools, and configurations. 

  • Study with an instructor in the classroom and access expert content online anytime.
  • Practice what you learn using both real equipment and Cisco Packet Tracer, a network 
configuration simulation tool. 

  • Get immediate feedback on your work through built-in quizzes and tests. 

  • Prepare for the workplace with collaborative projects and presentations. 

  • Connect with the global Cisco Networking Academy community. 
Career pathways include network security specialist, security administrator, network security engineer, information security professionals, and more. 


Cisco Cybersecurity Essentials for Instructors

Learn the fundamental principles, procedures, and practices of information and networking security. The Cybersecurity Essentials course develops a foundational understanding of cybersecurity and how it relates to information and network security. The course introduces participants to characteristics of cybercrime, security principles, technologies, and procedures to defend networks. Through interactive, multimedia content, lab activities, and multi-industry case studies, participants build technical and professional skills to pursue careers in cybersecurity. 

  • Learn procedures to implement data confidentiality, integrity, availability and security controls on networks, servers and applications. 

  • Understand security principles and how to develop security policies that comply with cybersecurity laws. 

  • Apply skills through practice, using labs and Cisco Packet Tracer activities. 

  • Get immediate feedback on your work through built-in quizzes and tests. 

  • Connect with the global Cisco Networking Academy community. 
Career pathways include: network security specialist, security administrator, security engineer, security operations center analyst, device security specialist 


Stipend Information

Travel Stipends up to $500 are available for interested participants. *** Travel stipends are limited, so register now before space runs out. Travel stipends are being coordinated by CNRC CSUSB. To receive a stipend, please make sure you fill out the registration and travel request form below. As a CRRC, MVCC CSSIA will also offer a $200 participation stipend to CAE representatives attending the 2-day workshop.

Contact Information 

If you have additional questions regarding the workshops, please contact John Sands at sands@morainevalley.edu or Stanley Kostka at kostkas@morainevalley.edu. If you have questions regarding travel stipends, please email info@caecommunity.org.

 

2017 CSSIA Faculty Professional Development Workshops

Registration Form

Mailing Address

Choose Your Workshop

Please rank these workshops in the order of your preference. When 12 people register, the class will be closed and you will be moved to your next choice. Everything is on a first come, first served basis. If you have no interest in the workshop, then please specify “Not Interested.”

Travel Assistance

Travel assistance is being coordinated by Cal State San Bernardino through grant funds provided by the NIST, which is able to provide a stipend of up to $500.00 for 24 approved individuals. All amounts spent past the stipend amount will be the responsibility of the participant. You are expected to stay for the entire workshop in order to get funding. ***Note: You must be a CAE designated institution to receive a travel stipend. As a CRRC, MVCC CSSIA will also offer a $200 participation stipend to CAE representatives attending the 2-day workshops.

Do you require travel assistance funds (up to $500.00 stipend)? (All travel stipends must be approved.)