Stay posted. Tyche will be hosting a CyberSAFE training event to educate small businesses and consultants on end-user risks. On the same day, Tyche will be hosting a separate evening, happy-hour cyber forum.
TBD. Partners and participants welcomed.
Attracting and inspiring the next generation of cyber talent. Tyche and UMD will host a CyberSec First Responder Meet and Greet. Come learn about how CFR training is evolving the traditional incident responder role. CFR professionals focus on triage and effective threat communication (to all stakeholders.
"If we don’t act, we’ll leave our nation and our economy vulnerable. If we do, we can continue to protect the technologies that have unleashed untold opportunities for people around the globe.” President Obama.
CyberSAFE Readiness training session on March 16, 2017 from 9:00AM to 12:15PM
What is CyberSAFE Readiness? --- The CyberSAFE Readiness training enables consultants, members, and employees of any organization to identify many of the common risks associated with using conventional end-user technology. Delivered in a half-day or less, CyberSAFE also prepares learners to earn their Certified CyberSAFE credential.
Instructor-Led CyberSAFE Readiness Course --- Students are immersed in a course that takes them though the essentials of identifying the need to improve organizational security and safely protect themselves. CyberSAFE builds on an understanding of how we interact on computers, mobile devices, networks, and the Internet. The course is delivered in a collaborative environment where open discussions are encouraged.
CyberSAFE Students --- Individuals who pass the assessment are eligible to receive the Certified CyberSAFE credential from Logical Operations.
Tyche and International Association of Certified ISAOs meeting to stand up the First HR Information Sharing and Analysis Organization.
Tyche hosted the first CyberSAFE Readiness event.
Dec 20, 2016 - Hosted by Tyche Consulting, LLC in collaboration with the International Association of Certified ISAOs (*Information Sharing and Analysis Organizations). The forum focused on helping organizations educate, recruit, train and retain a qualified cybersecurity workforce. Guests included human capitalist strategists, educators, certification providers, instructors, policy advocates, IA and Cybersecurity professionals, recruiters, and Sr. HR professionals. Discussions and short presentations included:
Attracting and inspiring the next generation of cyber talent - the 2017 partnership approach.
Triage and threat communication training across specialty, function, role, occupation, and sector (i.e. CyberSec First Responder).
NIST-led National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) workforce framework and the new CyberSeek tool (actionable data about supply and demand in the cybersecurity job market) presented by NIST.