GenCyber Camp
HOST a GenCyber CAMP
Proposal period for institutions and organizations that want to host a  2016 GenCyber camp is NOW OPEN...
GenCyber is a program sponsored by NSA and NSF and provides summer cybersecurity camp experiences for students and teachers at the K-12 level. The goals of the program are to help all students understand correct and safe on-line behavior, increase diversity and interest in cybersecurity and careers in the cybersecurity workforce of the Nation, and improve teaching methods for delivering cybersecurity content in K-12 computer science curricula.
Learn more about GenCyber HERE.
The 2016 GenCyber Program 
has three main program options  to apply:
Student Programs
Teacher Programs
Combination Programs for students and teachers
PROPOSAL information to HOST a camp is HERE.
(proposal period closes at 11:59p.m. ET on 12.19.15)

Inspiring the next  GEN ERATION of  CYBER  Stars

Community College Cyber Summit (3CS)

Mark your CALENDAR, you won't want to miss
2016's Community College Cyber Summit (3CS) 

Stay tuned... more 3CS information available soon!

"3CS was a great way to network with others from around the country and 
share ideas on how to build our cyber programs. Thank you for the  opportunity  
to participate!"
Professor Chris Rondeau
Program Director of Security 
Division of Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
Bossier Parish Community College

2016 Webinar Series
National CyberWatch Center will be offering an  INTEGRATED Webinar Series for 2016
Hot Topics focused on TECHNOLOGY will include:
Cyber Insurance
Threat Intelligence
Performance-Based Assessments
Network Security Redux
and the rest to be determined by YOU
YOU tell US what other WEBINAR topics 
YOU want  added to the 2016 schedule!
SHARE your TOPIC ideas HERE.


Let the National CyberWatch Center promote your cybersecurity-related programs, events, and news-worthy items to a national audience of educators, students, industry partners, professional associations, and  government organizations.
Examples include: upcoming training, conferences, 
workshops,  and more.
Submit your event information to .

  "Our adversaries have become better at attacking our cybersecurity infrastructure than we are at defending it. We need to promote cybersecurity like we 
promote sports!"

Dr. Dan Manson
Professor and Department Chair in Computer Information Systems
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

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