3CSv is an experiment in providing a more interactive, virtual forum - different from most virtual conferences where presenters simply talk at the participants.
A program development workshop focuses on how to develop or enhance a cybersecurity program. Topics focus on preparing for accreditation, designation, or recognition for cybersecurity programs or program participants. What are employers looking for, and how can educational institutions transform their offerings to respond to those evolving needs?
Successful cybersecurity educational programs must not just do a good job teaching the foundational knowledge skills and abilities. They need to ensure that graduating students are reasonably competent for the work roles they intend to apply for. This workshop will cover competency as it is used by NICE and the CAE community and how they relate and compliment each other.
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Vincent Nestler, Ph. D.
Vincent is an associate professor at California State University and is the principal investigator for the NICE Challenge Project (www.nice-challenge.com). He holds a Ph. D. in Instructional Design from Idaho State University, a masters in Network Security from Capitol Technical University and is the author of the Principles of Computer Security, Lab Manual published by McGraw Hill.
After being awarded her PhD in Educational Research and Policy from the University of London, Zoe Fowler led several national research projects focused on college learning and research capacity building. She is particularly interested in how students can mobilize knowledge and skills within different domains, especially in relation to the workplace. Her research has been published in both the UK and the US.