Educate

Explore our wide variety of Education Initiatives.


  • Join us in the virtual classroom provided by Nepris.com. Via this online platform, the NCMF offers industry chats designed to promote cybersecurity education and inspire those who are interested in a career in the field. Learn about past and upcoming industry chats now, and explore the opportunity of hosting a chat of your own.

  • This Introduction to Cybersecurity introduces students to the principles of cybersecurity and invites them to think critically about the need for and responsibility of keeping data and systems safe. Students will gain knowledge and work with existing cybersecurity problems and solutions. It is our belief that providing these Guidelines will inspire curriculum providers, teachers, and industry to create curriculum attractive to high school students, some of whom we hope will pursue a profession in cybersecurity. Perhaps more important than providing qualified individuals for the workforce is the development of thinkers with a cybersecurity mindset that can enhance whichever profession they choose to pursue.

  • The “Cybersecurity Labs and Resources Knowledge-base” (CLARK) provides a “one-stop access” to assured quality cybersecurity curriculum addressing topics such as forensics, adversarial thinking, secure coding, SCADA security, and others. It is a living library of cybersecurity curriculum, and a community of cybersecurity educators committed to sustaining it.

  • The NCMF hosts quarterly educational programs, as well as an annual Membership Meeting & Symposium featuring guest speakers, panel discussions, and a keynote address. We also partner with the NSA's Center for Cryptologic History in promoting their biennial Symposium on Cryptologic History and annual Schorreck Memorial Lecture Speaker Series. In addition, we strive to promote the educational programs of related organizations.

  • The NCMF's Cyber Center for Education and Innovation (CCEI) co-sponsors Cybersecurity Events with the University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC), as well as other community partners. The programs highlight relevant cybersecurity topics and features experts in the field. These events take multiple forms to include webinars and special events at locations around the National Capitol Region.

  • Through the blog we strive to keep our community updated with interesting news, press releases, a regular cybersecurity news briefs feature, reviews of topic-relevant papers or events, and more. In the future, stay tuned for more on the blog about the Cyber Center for Education & Innovation, as well as book reviews, historical photos, and more.

  • A collection of cryptology-related items such as articles, blog posts, photographs, books, videos, and artifacts. Sources vary, including online and user-submitted items. Also in this section is our "On This Date in History" calendar which includes dates of note from the Center for Cryptologic History's annual Cryptologic Calendar.

  • Recommended links related to cybersecurity education.

  • We strive to keep our audience aware of other online organizations and communities with related missions. In addition to links to government sites, there are also links to military alumni sites, museums, and related associations.

  • With the emphasis on cybersecurity, we will publish periodic papers, as well as links to resources we feel are informative and interesting to our community.

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