After an extensive two-year process, a joint task force sponsored by the four largest global computing societies: Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), IEEE Computer Society (IEEE-CS), Association for Information Systems (AIS), and the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) has released a first-ever set of global curricular recommendations in cybersecurity education. This new set of guidelines, Cybersecurity Education Curricula (CSEC2017), is designed to be the leading resource for comprehensive cybersecurity curricular content at the post-secondary level. More than 325 advisors drawn from 35 different countries contributed to CSEC2017. The joint task force was led by Dr.Diana Burley, I3P Executive Director and Dr. Matt Bishop, I3P Representative from UC Davis.
I3P Breakfast Forum: Cybersecurity Policy in the European Union: Implications for Global IT Transformation (October 19, 2017). The I3P breakfast forum on cybersecurity policy in the EU featured keynote speaker Dr. Paul Timmers (fmr.) European Commission Director, Digital Society, Trust & Cybersecurity and expert US perspectives from Dr. Greg Shannon, Chief Scientist for the CERT® Division at Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute and Dr. Doug Maughan, Division Director of the Cyber Security Division in the Homeland Security Advanced Research Projects Agency (HSARPA) within the Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) of the Department of Homeland Security (DHSC). The discussion was moderated by I3P Senior Fellow for Law and Policy, Ms. Rhea Siers. I3P advisory board member, Ms. Renee Forney, arranged event sponsorship through Equinoxys Inc. and The Forney Group, LLC.
I3P Celebrates One Year Anniversary at GW (October 13-14, 2016)! The I3P hosted a VIP dinner for consortium members and special guests at The George Washington University, City View Room. The evening highlighted 2016 accomplishments, strategic priorities for the year ahead, and new initiatives including CyberBlue! Contact us to learn more!
The ACM Joint Task Force on Cybersecurity Education has released CSEC2017 v. 0.5, the first draft of the first set of global curricular guidelines in cybersecurity. Download the report and share your feedback through 15 February 2017. Please share with your networks!