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ABET: Toward a New Era in Cybersecurity Education
Author:
Allen Parish, Rajendra Raj, Larry Jones
Date:
01 August 2018
CISSE: Opening Remarks for the Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education
Author:
Vic Maconachy
Date:
01 August 2018
Cybersecurity Curricular Guidelines 2017
Author:
Matthew Bishop
Date:
01 August 2018
CyBOK: Cyber Security Body of Knowledge
Author:
Andrew Martin, Awais Rashid, George Danezis, Howard Chivers, Emil Lupu, Yvonne Rigby
Date:
01 August 2018
DHS: Developing Cybersecurity Talent through Education, Training, and Workforce Development
Author:
Benjamin Scribner
Date:
01 August 2018
EC-Council: Practical Hands-on Training and Foundation Skills in IT Curriculums
Author:
Kevin Cardwell
Date:
01 August 2018
Envisioning Alternate Futures Will Change Our Thinking About Cybersecurity
Author:
Deep Kakkar, Lori Gordon
Date:
01 August 2018
IBM: Addressing the Cybersecurity Skills Gap with a "New Collar" Approach
Author:
Valinda Kennedy
Date:
01 August 2018
Industry Priorities for Cybersecurity Competencies
Author:
Michael Whitman
Date:
01 August 2018
NICE: Growing and Sustaining the Nation’s Cybersecurity Workforce
Author:
Rodney Petersen
Date:
01 August 2018
NICERC’s Cyber Interstate: The Next Generation of Cyber Worker can be Found at the Intersection of Classroom Content and Teacher Support
Author:
Charles Gardner
Date:
01 August 2018
 
 
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