Posted on 16 Aug 2017 7:25 AM

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. Parking in front of the building. For more information about this event, please see contact information

How to Become a CAE/CAE 2Y

Presented by: Dr. Deanne Wesley

This workshop will cover how your institution can apply to be recognized as a Centers of Academic Excellence in Cyber Security (CAE). The workshop will also go through each CAE application criteria and cover frequently asked questions and common pitfalls with the criteria.

Faculty will review NSA's expectations with regard to meeting Program Criteria and Knowledge Unit mapping.


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Registration will open on July 26th and the registration deadline is August 28, 2017. If you are approved for a travel stipend, you will be notified by August 30th.

Travel Funding Available

 A limited number of travel stipends for invited participants to attend are available. To receive a stipend you must register and be approved by the organizers. To be eligible for reimbursement or a travel stipend, attendees must participate in workshops and complete any travel reimbursement/stipend forms provided on site.

Funding for this Event

NSA & DHS funded grants at the following community colleges Danville Community College (CRRC) Director: Steven Carrigan
Forsyth Technical Community College (CRRC) Director: Dr. Deanne Wesley

Contact Information

Dr. Deanne Wesley
Department Chair/CAE Program Director
Davis iTEC Cybersecurity Center at Forsyth Technical Community College Gretchen Adkins or 336.734.7638
Staff Assistant
Davis iTEC Cybersecurity Center at Forsyth Technical Community College