Cybersecurity Education and Training: A National Priority, Now More than Ever
A Webcast Panel Discussion, Thursday, July 7, 2016, 2 PM ET
President Obama’s recent announcement detailing the administration’s planned implementation of the Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP) underscored the necessity to take near-term actions and put in place a long-term strategy to enhance cybersecurity awareness and protections, protect privacy and maintain public safety as well as economic and national security.
The plan is, in part, a response to recent high-profile breaches in both government and the private sector that have clearly demonstrated the need for corporations and government agencies to strengthen their defenses against a wide range of threats. As a result there is a growing, intense competition for cybersecurity talent and a demonstrated need to rapidly enhance the current infrastructure of cybersecurity education, training and workforce development.
Join us for a Cybersecurity TV on-line video discussion, Cybersecurity Education and Training: A National Priority, Now More than Ever 2:00 PM ET, July 7, 2016 when a panel of professionals from across the field of cybersecurity education and training will address what’s required and what needs to be done now to meet this urgent need to fill the cybersecurity talent void.
Terry Roberts, Founder and CEO, Whitehawk, Moderator
Dr. Frank Kesterman, Professor of Cybersecurity and Homeland Security, University of Maryland University College (UMUC)
Renee Forney, CISSP, PMP Executive Director CyberSkills Management Support Initiative Department of Homeland Security
Bryan Spano, Founder and General Manager, KSAcyber, a Veteran-owned Small Business
Dan Turissini, CTO/ CISO at SolPass LLC, AFCEA Educational Association, Board Member
Linda Millis, Executive Director at the Daniel Morgan Academy
Ensign Bill Young USN and Ensign Zac Dannelly, both 2016 U.S. Naval Academy (USNA) graduates in the first group of USNA Cyber Operations majors (ranked #1, #2 respectively within the major), now serving as Cryptologic Warfare Officers.
Christopher Kearns, Vice President, Enterprise Information Technology Solutions, Lockheed Martin