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December 13, 2022

Teach Cyber Byte

In this Teach Cyber Byte you will find the CyberSupply announcement, a recap of the NICEK12 Conference, a reminder to register for the NCTA information sessions, a link to a Future Cyber Summit video, and a holiday wish for you!

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We are proud to announce CyberSupply

CyberSupply is a data-rich project that examines the availability and access of high school:
  • computing and cybersecurity courses,
  • programs, and
  • pathways in 11 states.
The sizable workforce gap requires a dramatic increase in the number of people choosing to pursue a cybersecurity career. Securing the cybersecurity workforce requires short-term measures and longer-term actions to build student pipelines to become tomorrow's workforce.
Efforts to ensure the cybersecurity workforce need to be data-informed; with data, the United States will know what interventions to start, stop, or continue. To explore the data and see what we found in these 11 states go to: https://cybersupply.org/ .

If you have questions or feedback on CyberSupply, contact Dr. Melissa Dark, melissa.dark@darkenterprisesinc.com.

NICE K-12 Conference Recap

DARK Enterprises' session at the NICEK 12 Conference in St. Louis this month, titled, "Enabling Access to High School Cybersecurity: CyberSupply or CyberDrought?" featured CyberSupply.

Our team enjoyed seeing you at the conference.

National Cybersecurity Teaching Academy

You have the opportunity to join the National Cybersecurity Teaching Academy (NCTA) teacher cohort that begins summer 2023.
Course work will include:

  • Foundations in Cybersecurity
  • Introduction to Digital Forensics
  • Methods for Teaching Cybersecurity
  • Cybersecurity Practicum
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Supported by a new grant from NCAE-C, California State University, Sacramento (Sacramento State) has funds to provide full-ride tuition scholarships for the 12 credit hours to 35 qualified high school educators. You can investigate Sacramento State's program here.
If you are interested in learning more, please register for one of the informational sessions here:
Information sessions
will be held on:

December 20, 2022 at 7:30 pm (EDT) and

January 9, 2023 at 7:30 pm (EDT).

Cybersecurity Early Education, Ethics, and Best Practices

Our November newsletter explained that Chris Lannin shared insights at the Cyber Future Summit. She spoke on how Teach Cyber, the National Cybersecurity Teaching Academy(NCTA), and the High School Cybersecurity Curriculum Guidelines (HSCCG) can help create change in our cybersecurity arena.
You can watch the session here.

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