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Faculty Development Is Central to the NCyTE Center Mission

Developing strong cybersecurity
programs and faculty is key to
developing a stronger
cybersecurity workforce.







Resources for creating curriculum, developing students, and collaborating with other educators.

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NCYTE offers educators and administrators opportunities to develop their skills, certifications, and connections.

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Members can download cybersecurity curriculum developed by C5 and others.


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NCYTE Center membership offers great benefits for Educators and Industry Professionals.

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Fast Track CAE Designation Workshop

Are you interested in earning the CAE in Cyber Defense Education (CAE-CDE) designation. The fast track workshop video covers the updated submission timeline and new application process in half the time of a regular...

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Monthly Member Webinar

How to Manage Insider Cybersecurity Threats: Non-malicious Insiders

While many Insider Threat assessments only include two categories (malicious and unintentional), there exists a strong argument to include a third category, the non-malicious insider – employees that knowingly violate security policy, but not for malicious purposes. These employees present significant risk that may be at worst overlooked, at best underestimated, and impact both cyber and physical security. Participants will hear significant examples of how non-malicious insiders unwittingly participated in major data breaches by malicious insiders and outsiders. Research-based and practical approaches will be presented for recognizing and managing the non-malicious insider, resulting in an improved overall security posture.

Speaker: Carl Willis-Ford, Doctor of Information Assurance and faculty at Whatcom Community College

Friday, July 24, 2020 - 9:00am PT

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