The WCX Cybersecurity Training and Awareness Seminar

Wednesday, October 26 - Thursday, October 27, 2011 | Crowne Plaza Hotel, Colorado Springs, CO

"Promoting and Supporting Cybersecurity Preparedness at the Local Level"

A Recognized "Champion" event* for National Cyber Security Awareness Month

Colorado Technical University is proud to be a sponsor of the WCX Cybersecurity Training and Awareness Seminar. This event will bring together industry, academia, government and military to highlight integration of national cybersecurity initiatives with local and regional efforts. It will feature two days of information covering a variety of emerging cybersecurity topics: mobile device security, SCADA and Smart Grid, and mission assurance of tenant military commands in Colorado Springs.

The Western Cyber Exchange (WCX) is a non-profit led, grassroots effort to integrate local and national cybersecurity needs and initiatives. As a demonstration of this local integration and community support, the WCX has secured a valuable separate track that will provide Cellebrite UFED Logical Certification training and certification testing. Cellebrite has agreed to sponsor this valuable training and certification without fee. The WCX is coordinating with law enforcement and local military to deliver this benefit to the community.

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* The CIAT and WCX have been designated as "Champions" by the national coordinator for National Cyber Security Awareness Month, The National Cyber Security Alliance.

 

Source: Center for Information Age Transformation website: http://cyber.rmtech.org/Events/2011%20WCX%20Seminar.php (accessed 10/24/11)


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