National Cyber Summit - The preeminent annual event for cyber training, education, and workforce development aimed at protecting our nation’s infrastructure from the ever-evolving cyber threat.
U.S. Cyber Camp - Where high school students nationwide can come and have hands-on opportunities to learn cyber and systems engineering.
Alabama School for Cyber Technology & Engineering (ASCTE) - The Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering (ASCE) provides academically motivated and gifted Alabama students with educational opportunities and experiences in the rapidly growing fields of cyber and engineering.
Regional Computer Forensics Lab (RCFL) - A full service forensics laboratory and training center that examines digital evidence part of statewide criminal investigations.
Cyber Patriot Support - Local middle and high school program encouraging students to explore careers in cyber security or STEM disciplines.
Economic development roundtables - Connecting business leaders and government organizations to identify synergies, challenges, and business opportunities.
Establishment of Cyber curriculums and summer camps in city and county schools.
Partner with the Huntsville-Madison County Chamber of Commerce to develop state and federal legislative agendas
Establish Cyber Incident Preparedness Center (CIPC)
Design/build Cyber Range
Support and expand Cyber Workforce Development
Continue working with state and local governments to establish and sustain cyber programs in middle and high schools (Joint Working Group)
Establish a middle/high school student and teacher mentoring program with sustaining, corporate and individual Cyber Huntsville members
Established a local Cyber Summit in 2008 in partnership with NAC-ISSA and grew it into the National Cyber Summit in 2015
Established Cyber Camp program in 2017 in cooperation with the U.S. Space and Rocket Center and UA Huntsville
Successfully advocated for funding to establish the Alabama School for Cyber & Engineering in Huntsville, Alabama, scheduled to open DATE
Identified the need and successfully advocated to establish the Regional Computer Forensics Lab, which broke ground in 2018
Organized and established Table Top Exercises that bring government agencies and industry professionals together to determine the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats (SWOT) of cyber threats to the community