The Office of Management and Budget has announced that today marks the official public launch of the Federal Tech/Cyber Hiring & Recruiting event.
Greetings CAE in Cybersecurity Community! CSSIA is hosting an additional faculty development workshop, Certified Information Systems Security Professional, from October 23-27, 2017. This 5 day recorded Webex provides all student materials, flash cards, and the CISSP CBK.
Greetings CAE in Cybersecurity Community!
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.
Greetings CAE in Cybersecurity Community! From Wednesday, May 30th, 2018 to Friday, June 1st, 2018, Dakota State University, sponsored by the National Security Agency, is hosting a faculty professional development workshop for all faculty of CAE designated colleges and universities. This workshop will take place at th
The Director of the Center for Information Assurance at the University of Memphis, Prof.
The CAE-CD Program Office, in coordination with Moraine Valley Community College and Coastline Community College, will host two identical workshops this summer to garner input from designated institutions before processes and policies are finalized.
Greetings CAE in Cybersecurity Community! Please join us on Tuesday, September 12, 2017, for an information session on How to Become a CAE/CAE 2Y. This workshop is being hosted on Danville Community College campus in the Silverman Auditorium in the Foundation Hall building - located on the corner of South Main and Kimber Rd.
Please join us for the annual CAE Symposium on November 9, 2017 in Dayton, Ohio! The CAE Symposium is designed to provide CAE Community members and applicants the opportunity to network, receive community updates, and present their research to the community.
Greeting CAE in Cybersecurity Community! We are seeking about 30-40 cybersecurity experts to participate in the Cybersecurity Assessment Tools (CATS) Project. This project aims to create and validate a concept inventory for cybersecurity, which assesses the quality of instruction of any first course in cybersecurity.