Three Cybersecurity Pathways for High School Students

There are multiple paths to a career in cybersecurity. If you ask ten people in the cybersecurity industry about their path, you will receive ten routes to the same place. Some would be circuitous, and some would be more direct. Some of those routes would take years to complete. For others, it would take

Three Cybersecurity Pathways for High School Students2021-05-11T15:56:19-06:00

Recipients of the NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Award

Emily Chown and Amanda Hoelting are recipients of the NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Award. The award honors 9- 12th grade women for their computing-related achievements and encourages them to pursue their passions. Recipients are selected based on their aptitude and aspirations in technology and computing, as demonstrated by their computing experience, computing-related activities, leadership experience,

Recipients of the NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Award2021-04-21T14:58:40-06:00

Meet the Winners of AFCEA’s Rocky Mountain Cyberspace Symposium Capture the Flag

As part of the AFCEA’s Rocky Mountain Cyberspace Symposium last month, The National Cybersecurity Center held its first high school only, Capture the Flag Competition. This is a test run for the NCC’s annual Capture the Flag competition using a platform provided by Deloitte. The big winner was Pine Creek High School, led by teacher

Meet the Winners of AFCEA’s Rocky Mountain Cyberspace Symposium Capture the Flag2021-04-07T16:38:42-06:00

Falcon High School Students Compete in CyberPatriot

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7sf2DrFwdZc   On 11/14/20, Falcon High School Student gathered to compete in the CyberPatriot Competition with thousands of other schools. Learn more about NCC at cyber-center.org. Follow NCC on Social @natlcybercenter #cybersecurity #darkweb #FBI #cybercrime #cyber

Falcon High School Students Compete in CyberPatriot2020-11-17T14:47:48-07:00

Laying the Groundwork for Career Pathways in Cybersecurity

There are few greater tasks than creating pathways to cybersecurity careers. By 2021, the world faces a shortage of 3.5 million professionals in the field. This shortage leaves business and government agencies vulnerable to data breaches and cyberthreats, and we need to work together to address it. One of the best ways to create career pathways

Laying the Groundwork for Career Pathways in Cybersecurity2020-11-11T17:09:35-07:00

Sketching Out a Premier K-12 Cybersecurity Course Syllabus

As a society, we’ve worked for decades to find better ways to educate young minds about traditional and financial literacy. But one form of literacy continues to become more important yet fails to garner attention in schools: cybersecurity.   Much of the world now exists in a digital space. From the time most children enter

Sketching Out a Premier K-12 Cybersecurity Course Syllabus2020-10-16T11:17:02-06:00
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