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  • Wednesday, November 13, 2019 5:00 PM | Anonymous

    Join Huntsville SOF Network at The Straight To Ale Speakeasy to learn about their 2020 events, see their new web experience and more.

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  • Friday, November 01, 2019 2:00 PM | Anonymous member

    Admiral Michael Rogers (Ret.)

    Former Commander of U.S. Cyber Command
    Former Director of the National Security Agency

    Please join us for a conversation with Auburn University alumnus Admiral Michael Rogers. In a moderated discussion with McCrary Institute Director Frank Cilluffo, the Admiral will reflect upon his experiences on campus, in government, and in the private sector, after a long career devoted to public service. The conversation will span a range of cybersecurity-related issues including major threat actors, cyber defense, deterrence, other U.S. response measures, and the best path forward for the United States and its allies.


    Live Stream Link

    Friday, November 1, 2019
    2:00 - 3:00 pm CT

    Brown-Kopel Grand Hall at Auburn University
    152 Wilmore Drive, Auburn, AL 36849

  • Wednesday, October 02, 2019 7:56 AM | Anonymous member

    Follow Rocket City Now:

    Do you know what your kid is doing online? WZDX wants to help you keep your kids safe from online predators.

    Sponsored by Redstone Federal Credit Union, SAIC, and Cyber Huntsville.

     WZDX Cyber Safe Parent

  • Monday, August 05, 2019 3:12 PM | Anonymous member

    The Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (OUSD) for Acquisition & Sustainment announced a new industry day targeting Huntsville’s Aerospace and Defense contracting community.  OUSD will present information on its latest mission to create a Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification, known as CMMC.

  • Tuesday, July 02, 2019 9:10 AM | Anonymous member

    On July 1, the U.S. Senate passed the Securing Energy Infrastructure Act to defend the U.S. energy grid by partnering with industry to utilize engineering concepts to remove vulnerabilities that could allow hackers to access the grid through holes in digital software system.

  • Monday, June 10, 2019 12:46 PM | Anonymous

    The ball is rolling to get the state's first cyber technology magnet school ready for classes by next August.

    Local technology companies handed over some big donations Thursday to the Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering. At the National Cyber Summit they rallied in support of the school and what it means to have it in Huntsville, but there are still a lot of major pieces up in the air, like where the school will be and who will run it.

    A location is chosen for the ASCTE, according to Senator Arthur Orr, but he's not saying where it is yet. He tells WZDX News a temporary site has a small hurdle before they can announce it, but they envision being there for the first three years while construction goes on at the permanent school site. 

    Moves are being made to fund the school by companies hoping to hire its graduates.

    "We know the challenge of recruiting staff and it's just gonna get more difficult as not just DoD and NASA, but the energy industry, banking, medical, all have to protect their data," said Joe Green, president of Davidson Technologies. Davidson Technologies donated $250,000 and Torch Technologies donated $100,000 to the school Thursday. 

    The more than 300-student magnet school will make Huntsville the center for all things cyber security.

    "There's no other school or replicate anywhere like it in the country so we're the pioneers but we've got to do it right and we've got to do it with the highest quality that we can have," said State Senator Arthur Orr, (R) District 3.


    Cyber Huntsville reports there are more than 2,000 unfilled cyber and engineering jobs in Alabama. They're jobs UAH students say would be a lot easier to succeed in as a graduate from a cyber magnet school.

    "If I would have learned something like this in, let's say ninth grade, my level of skill would be an order of magnitude different," said Franco Camarillo, president of the UAH Cybersecurity Club.

    The school is expected to attract more people to the area. Local students are glad it's creating opportunities for the people already here.

    "It makes the most sense getting the people that are growing up here and then kind of developing their talent to kind of feed Huntsville and make Huntsville grow into a leading place for the cybersecurity industry," Camarillo said.

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  • Monday, June 10, 2019 12:42 PM | Anonymous

    Huntsville's Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering got a big boost at the National Cyber Summit. Torch Technologies and Davidson Technologies Inc. presented checks to the school being built right now. Davidson donated $250,000.

    Torch donated $100,000. Decatur senator Arthur Orr is on the school's board of trustees. He said he isn't sure yet how the money will be used, but the donations are a reflection of the school's support.

    "If we get the school that we envision that is truly world-class, I can envision families moving to north Alabama to have their children matriculate at this world class institution. There's nothing else like it anywhere in the county," said senator, Arthur Orr.

    Senator Orr said they're looking to hire a principal and more donations will be announced in the coming weeks. The cyber tech school is supposed to open next year.

    Read more from WAAY 31

  • Monday, June 10, 2019 12:39 PM | Anonymous

    In the same week millions of Americans were warned twice about new risks to their online data, nearly 2,000 cyber security experts met in Alabama to talk about computer security.

    There were a lot of messages and a lot of data shared, but two thoughts stood out. “To some degree, everybody’s at risk” and “nobody cares.”


  • Monday, March 18, 2019 8:14 AM | Anonymous member

    The White House, in a $2.6 billion increase from last year is requesting over $9.6 billion for the Department of Defense cyber activities in fiscal 2020.

    The request will fund support DoD’s three primary missions:

    • Network Information Systems
    • Military Commander Objectives
    • Defending the Nation

    This will provide necessary funds to support the U.S. military cyber forces (including the recently elevated US Cyber Command.)

    Gen. Paul Nakasone, commander of Cyber Command, provided to the Senate Armed Services Committee written testimony in February that said this fiscal year the command was executing a budget totaling roughly $610 million.

    Read the full story Fifth Domain

  • Wednesday, February 20, 2019 2:21 PM | Anonymous

    HASBAT and Cyber Huntsville are partnering to conduct a great trainig session on March 7th at the Jackson Center!  Please see the details on our Events page!

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