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Open for *all* students in all computing programs at Nova Southeastern University (NSU)'s College of Computing and Engineering (CCE) - even for newly admitted MS and Ph.D. students who haven't yet taken any courses!
Department of Defense (DoD) Cyber Scholarship Program (CySP)The Department of Defense (DoD) Cyber Scholarship Program (CySP) is authorized by Chapter 112 of title 10, United States Code, Section 2200. The purpose of the program is to support the recruitment of new cyber talent and the retention of current highly skilled professionals within the DoD cyber workforce. https://dodcio.defense.gov/Cyber-Workforce/CySP/Scholarship/ Undergraduate – full tuition, books, fees, health insurance, $25,000 stipend/yr + moreGraduate – full tuition, books, fees, health insurance, $30,000 stipend/yr + more
For eligibility and further information, check the NSU's HandShake links below and register to attend to get more information!
If you are interested, we will be offering two information sessions in DeSantis MCLab 4032 (& live online via GoToMeeting - check info via the links below) on the following dates:
Monday - Nov 18, 2019 @ 4pm - 5pm - RSVP via NSU's HandShake: https://nova.joinhandshake.com/events/399569
Tuesday - Nov 26, 2019 @ 1pm - 2pm -RSVP via NSU's HandShake: https://nova.joinhandshake.com/events/399571
If you have additional questions, please contact Dr. Yair Levy (levyy [at] nova.edu)
This past winter semester the College of Computing and Engineering (CCE) hosted a hackathon with Ryder Systems in the CORTEX Labs on the NSU main campus. The winning team was made up of two NSU CCE Computer Science freshmen, Pharoah Campbell and Nicolas Brugger. They were awarded a paid summer internship at Ryder's headquarters in Miami, FL. We were excited about this opportunity, so we visited them on-site to capture more about their experience.
"Cybersecurity workers protect our most important and private information, from bank accounts to sensitive military communications. However, there is a dangerous shortage of cybersecurity workers in the United States that puts our digital privacy and infrastructure at risk. In 2016 there were 112,000 openings for Information Security Analysts, but only 96,870 workers currently employed in those positions – an annual talent shortfall of over 15,000 workers for cybersecurity’s largest job. There are 200,000 additional openings requesting cybersecurity-related skills, and employers are struggling to find workers who possess them. Jobs requesting cloud security skills, for example, remain open 96 days on average – longer than any other IT skill."
For more information about CyberSeek and ways to find information security and cybersecurity related job, including the US heatmap, visit: http://www.cyberseek.org/.
"The IC3 accepts online Internet crime complaints from either the actual victim or from a third party to the complainant. We can best process your complaint if we receive accurate and complete information from you. Therefore, we request you provide the following information when filing a complaint:
For more information about the latest news and reports from the IC3, visit: https://www.ic3.gov/media/default.aspx.
During the year, the Intelligence Community (IC) is hosting a Virtual Career Fair. Those interested will be able to explore career opportunities, chat with recruiters and subject matter experts, and learn how to apply for job openings online.
Participating IC Agencies include:
For more information or to register for this event, please have students visit: http://www.icvirtualfair.com/.
Opportunities are open yearly for the National Women in Cybersecurity conference to be held around the nation yearly. Please visit the site for additional info. www.wicys.net.
Scholarships for female students are available but you must applied via the site by the deadline noted yearly.
More information on the conference is available at: http://www.csc.tntech.edu/wicys/participate/
Updated December 6, 2019