Cybersecurity Skills Journal (CSJ) Editorial Board
National CyberWatch Center would like to highlight the Cybersecurity Skills Journal (CSJ) Editorial Board members. The Cybersecurity Skills Journal (CSJ) is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal published by the National CyberWatch Center Digital Press. The editorial board is comprised of industry and academic professionals that contribute their time and devotion to publishing the cybersecurity journal. 

Laurin Buchanan, CISSP, Managing Editor
David H. Tobey, Ph.D., Editor-in-Chief
Robin A. Gandhi, Ph.D., Associate Editor
Christopher Mansour, Ph.D., Assistant Editor
Terrance R. Campbell, Assistant Editor
Casey W. O’Brien, Advisory Board
Joshua Adams, Assistant Editor
Bill Hefley, Ph.D., Assistant Editor
Terri Curran, Ph.D., Assistant Editor
Bill Gardner, Assistant Editor
Dana Winner, MSc., Assistant Editor
Shahara Ruth, M.Ed., Assistant Editor
Razvan Alex. Mezei, Ph.D., Assistant Editor
Learn more about CSJ and view the Editorial Board members HERE.
Creation of a Cybersecurity Ambassador Program and Using it to Promote Cybersecurity Skills During the Pandemic
Learn about the Cybersecurity Ambassador Program (CAP) at the University of Southern Maine, and how it provides graduate and undergraduate students opportunities to use the cybersecurity knowledge, skills, and abilities acquired at the university to raise awareness in the community. This project was awarded the Best Submission in the 2021 National CyberWatch Center’s Innovations in Cybersecurity Education program.

Download the 2021 Innovations HERE.
Calling all Cybersecurity Researchers
Cybersecurity research has resulted in many opportunities to consider the impact of new cybersecurity technologies to the broader cybersecurity workforce, from testing to planning for technology transfer. Attend a Proposal Development Workshop for our upcoming Special Issue, Evidence-Based Capability: Results from Sponsored Research into Human Performance in Cybersecurity, to learn how your research at any stage may impact the workforce.

Register for the June 29 Proposal Development Workshop HERE.
Call for Peer Reviewers
National CyberWatch Center is seeking members of the broader cybersecurity stakeholder community - including graduate students, educators, researchers, tech innovators, practitioners, government and industry - to join its growing community of peer reviewers.Peer reviewers are essential to publishing research that integrates and expands the methods, processes, and evidence of effective practices for skillful performance of cybersecurity job functions and roles.

Learn more about peer-reviewing and register for a Peer Reviewer Workshop HERE.
MassBay's Cybersecurity Tenure-Track, Assistant/Associate Professor Position
MassBay Community College in Wellesley MA is hiring to fill an open position for teaching Cybersecurity. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a passion for teaching and promoting success among a diverse student population.

Faculty members are responsible for developing educational and evaluation materials consistent with the philosophy and framework of the program, MassBay Community College and CS department in accordance with the evolving needs of the department. The successful candidate will teach a full-time (15 credit hours per semester) schedule of Cybersecurity and Information Technology courses, which may include, but are not limited to the list found online in the academic catalog. Courses may be held in the classroom at Wellesley; in the hybrid or online environment; and/or via other modalities as assigned.

View the full job description and apply HERE.
Did You Know: Cybersecurity Certificates
These specialized and stackable certificates allow students to earn multiple academic certificates while pursuing their Associate’s degree and to earn industry credentials by sitting for industry-recognized professional certification exams.

Learn more about the cybersecurity certificates HERE.
We're hiring!
The National CyberWatch Center needs subject matter experts for two courses and workshops being developed in Foundations of Computing and Foundations of IT. Learn more and apply HERE.

National CyberWatch is working with academic, governmental, and industry partners to raise the cybersecurity capability maturity of our nation's information technology and information security workforces. By applying the latest advances in learning science in developing Competency-Based, Mastery Learning (CBML) instructional resources, we seek to improve the readiness to learn, readiness to be certified, readiness to perform, and readiness to master cybersecurity roles and functions.

See Curriculum Standards Panel HERE and please share with your colleagues.
Benefits Abound With Free Membership for Academic Institutions

Not an academic member of the National CyberWatch Center? Benefits include access to exclusive publications, grant opportunities, curricular resources, marketing of your institution’s or program’s events, and more.

Learn more and join HERE.
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