Cybersecurity Policy Ideas for
New President
President Trump is facing the most expansive cybersecurity agenda in our nation’s history.  The Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity reviews ideas that they hope the Trump Administration will consider in its brochure Cybersecurity Policy Ideas for a New Presidency.  The goal of the brochure is not only to make progress against today’s problems but to build a better future, starting now.

Read full brochure here.

Now Accepting Submissions
Help us celebrate you. Our members are some of the best and brightest innovators. We want to celebrate your accomplishments, share your innovation and give you the deserved recognition. Each submission receives free custom social media campaigns sent to National CyberWatch Center's followers, an article in the National CyberWatch Communicator highlighting your innovation, and recognition at the 2017 Community College Cyber Summit (3CS).

Read more and submit here.

FREE Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity Courseware
Learn the basic security concepts as they apply to critical infrastructure systems through this free courseware. Concepts include Industrial Control Systems (ICS), such as Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems, Process Control Systems (PCS) and Distributed Control Systems (DCS).

View and download courseware here.

We See What You Do and Others Want to Learn from It
Break out your presentation skills and help teach the teachers about cybersecurity at the Community College Cyber Summit (3CS). Proposals are being accepted for workshops and presentations that cover one of four tracks: new to cybersecurity, experienced in cybersecurity and CAE2Y aspirants, cybersecurity across the curriculum, and student track. The submission deadline is Feb. 15.

Submit proposals here.
3CS Limited Time Offer
Help us find sponsors for the inaugural 3CS Job Fair for students and registrants. For all leads that result in a registrant or sponsorship, your 3CS registration will be paid in full or you can receive membership for up to six of your students in the National Cybersecurity Student Association. 

For more information, go here.

Send leads to Dr. Barbara Belón at bbelon@nationalcyberwatch.org.
Spring Season Registration
The National Cyber League (NCL) Spring Season is here! You and your students can build and validate cybersecurity knowledge and skills in fun and challenging online events. All participants receive individualized Scouting Reports. Top finishers receive prizes. Registration starts Feb. 25 with competition beginning
in April.

For more information,  go here. 

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