The 7th annual 3CS is fast approaching (May 23-25). In addition to a plethora of presentations and hands-on workshops, there will be a Career Exploration Event, Vendor Showcase, CTFs (hosted by MetaCTF and GRIMM), plenty of time to network (including Birds of a Feather sessions), an awards & recognition program, DJs, and more.

If you haven't registered, please do so HERE.
Last Call: Submissions Close for 2022 Innovations in Cybersecurity Education Program May 10
National CyberWatch Center encourages you to submit to the 2022 Innovations in Cybersecurity Education program, open from Feb. 18 through May 10. Submissions in the following categories: Evidence-based Strategies, Instruction, Practice, and Program Development, helps accelerate their adoption throughout the academic community and allows you and your team to receive the proper recognition for your work.
For more on the Innovations program and how to submit yours, see 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 May 13 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 their 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.
New Director of Chapter Development

Meet the National Cybersecurity Student Association’s New Chapter Development Director, Terrance Campbell, at the 2022 3CS Conference. Join us on May 23, from 3-5 pm and learn about the student association, it’s student chapters, activities and future cybersecurity skills readiness projects. We would love to hear your feedback! Everyone is encouraged to attend.

Sign up HERE to confirm your attendance.
Open Office Hours

Faculty, have your students join the National Cybersecurity Student Association on Wednesday, May 11 at 7pm ET for Open Office Hours. The Student Association will be discussing membership, Student Chapters, upcoming conferences, 2022 Community College Cyber Summit (3CS) information, cyber competitions and more.

Register HERE.
Virtual Brown Bag Lunches
The Virtual Brown Bag Lunch Program provides early glimpses into innovations in cybersecurity practice and educational tools and techniques that will be further examined and developed through the National CyberWatch Center’s Curriculum Standards Panel (CSP) program. The content exhibited and discussed during these presentations will be disseminated through CSP pilot programs and the Cybersecurity Skills Development Workshop (CSDW) program.

Watch previous Virtual Brown Bag Lunch recordings HERE.
Top Trends in Cyber Security: Mandiant Report

In this 13th edition, M-Trends provides an inside look at the evolving cyber threat landscape directly from global incident response investigations and threat intelligence analysis of high-impact attacks and remediations around the globe.

Download the whole report HERE.
Western Academy Support & Training Center Virtual Faculty Development Weeks

Be sure to check out the WASTC virtual faculty development program (June 6- 24): 24 workshops over 3 weeks, exhibitor booths, a meeting tavern, raffles, on-demand videos and more. $50 workshop fee (includes one 4.5 day workshop and General Admission). You may register for up to 3 workshops, but only 1 per week.

Learn more and register HERE.
Macomb Community College Hiring Full-Time Instructor for Networking and Cybersecurity

Macomb Community College in Southeast Michigan is hiring a full-time Instructor of Information Technology, focusing on Networking and Cybersecurity. Macomb offers competitive salary and benefits and an exceptional work/life balance. Most importantly, you will help prepare and guide the next generation of networking and cybersecurity professionals.

Learn more and apply HERE.
"I switched from private industry to academia about 11 years ago and it was one of the most transformative decisions I ever made. Teaching at Macomb has been one of the most rewarding jobs I have ever had. If you have a strong desire to share your experience and teach students about networking and cybersecurity, I encourage you to apply for this position."
Keith Nabozny, Professor of Information Technology – Cybersecurity and Networking
Macomb Community College
Welcome National CyberWatch Center's Newest Member

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It's free for academic institutions. Benefits include access to exclusive publications, grant opportunities, curricular resources, and more.

Learn more and become a member HERE.
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