Virginia Cybersecurity Education Conference

July 27th, 2020
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 July 27th, 2020 - July 28th, 2020 

Virginia Cybersecurity Education Conference

Nope, we are NOT letting Coronavirus get in the way of our learning and ability to better ourselves with our career and personal ambitions. Let's not let this negative overwhelm us. With this "downtime" let's maximize the time and upskill and learn how to be better at our InfoSec professions. To help, we've put together a bunch of online webinars, conferences and seminars that you can attend to do exactly that.

Stay Safe, Stay Strong and we'll see you on the other side. Your friends at InfoSec Conferences X

Event submitted on Monday, March 9th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva

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July 27th, 2020 - July 28th, 2020
United States  »  South, USA  »  Virginia » 
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This is a Cybersecurity Education event – aimed at a broad range of skillsets. We’re always proponents of training and InfoSec educational events for all the right reasons: education is key especially with Cyber Security. The more we can learn the better we can be at our jobs and as such it’s a real honor to be able to include this event in our directory.

- Review written by Henry Dalziel on Monday, March 9th 2020.
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The 3rd annual Virginia Cybersecurity Education Conference is headed to Norfolk, Virginia on July 27 – 28, 2020.

Interested professionals/experts are invited to submit their proposals on topics related to enhancing cybersecurity education for students in high schools, colleges, and universities. Proposals for the following tracks are encouraged:

  • Innovative courseware and case studies
  • Tips, emerging trends, and lessons learned
  • Work-based learning, workforce development, and credentialing
  • Hands-on cybersecurity activities

These proposals should be appropriate for 3-hour workshops, 50-minute presentations, or 25-minute short talks.

The event also has a scholarship that is awarded to faculty teaching or planning to teach cybersecurity in Virginia high schools, colleges, and universities.

  • This scholarship includes support for:
  • The registration fee to attend the conference
  • CEU certificate
  • Hotel accommodations (one night)

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