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Grant-funded programs at WCC have helped more than 130 community colleges & universities in 38 states develop cybersecurity degree programs
NCyTE to become the new national ATE Center for Cybersecurity Education
Education announcements focused on growing the pool of professionals prepared to handle cybersecurity threats
Dr. Eman El-Sheikh presents on the National Cybersecurity Workforce Development Program, July 23
Monthly Member Webinars
These events are limited to NCyTE members.
NCyTE's rapid growth to a national program will ensure the next generation of cybersecurity professionals are ready and available to protect national and economic threats. I have confidence that this program produces more quality graduates capable of meeting the demanding challenges in cybersecurity and to fill the increasing demand for qualified candidates. A well-deserved congratulations to the tireless NCyTE team to become the nationally recognized Advanced Technological Education (ATE) center!"
We're thrilled to see NCyTE at Whatcom Community College be the recipient of this investment that will increase the capacity of community colleges around the country to accelerate the much needed increase in skilled, cybersecurity professionals. We look forward to continuing our partnership, advocacy and collective desire to help secure the nation from cyber-attacks and create new job opportunities for thousands."
Cyberattacks are increasing at an alarming rate and targeting our critical infrastructure. As the stakes grow higher, nothing is more important than increasing the quality and quantity of our cybersecurity workforce. NCyTE is at the forefront of this effort and Cloud Security Alliance congratulates NCyTE for receiving this well-deserved NSF ATE National Center grant to continue the mission."