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Cyber Huntsville works to introduce cyber security initiatives to students, government and communities on the local, regional, and national level.

Active Initiatives:

  • 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 & Engineering (ASCE) - The Alabama School of Cyber 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

Goals:

  • 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

Accomplishments:

  • 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

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