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1 Na#onal Cybersecurity Network Advancing Innova,ve Workforce Solu,ons for America s High- Skilled, High- Demand Jobs December 2, 2014

2 BHEF s Na*onal Higher Educa*on and Workforce Ini*a*ve (HEWI)

3 BHEF Strategy Na,onal Higher Educa,on and Workforce Ini,a,ve Framework Through HEWI, BHEF catalyzes regional market- driven projects in emerging cross- disciplinary fields in partnership with member academic ins#tu#ons and companies in high- demand industries. HEWI Offerings Leadership Convenings Program Development Scaling Guidance A Selec*on of Current and Future Focus Areas Expansion Channels Emerging Cross- Disciplinary Fields (BHEF Program Focus) Data Science & Analy*cs Cybersecurity Risk Management Social & Mobile Technologies College/University Projects Aerospace & Defense Energy Regional Ini#a#ves (including University Systems) Industry Sectors (Member Applica,on) Financial Services Advanced Manufacturing Agriculture Infrastructure Na#onal Ini#a#ves Key: Current focus areas Future focus areas 2014 BHEF 3

4 Na*onal Higher Educa*on and Workforce Ini*a*ve: Expansion Channel Strategy, Cyber Illustra,on Over the past two years BHEF s CyberUP ini#a#ve has made significant impact across regional expansion channels and plans to con#nue to scale these results in new geographies. College / University Projects Regional Ini*a*ves / University Systems Na*onal Networks Na#onal: Expanded BHEF s Na*onal Cyber Network to 20 colleges / universi*es and more than 70 par*cipants in 2013 and received $4.5M NSF grant. Developed na*onal priori*es and ac*on agenda including three working groups: 1. Vision and Growth 2. Talent Development 3. Evidence College / University: In Maryland, helped establish the first undergraduate honors program in cybersecurity, the Advanced Cybersecurity Experience for Students (ACES): Launched in 2013, planning funded by the Sloan Founda*on, while programma*c investment came from Northrop Grumman and was matched by the university Brought Parsons into the project resul*ng in support for ACES scholarships Regional: Expanded CyberUP through the University System of Maryland (USM): Northrop Grumman awarded Cyber Scholars grant to University of Maryland, Bal*more County Introduced collabora*ons linking Raytheon Company with Towson University, and Lockheed Mar*n with Bowie State University through support from the Sloan Founda*on Launched the Undergraduate Cybersecurity Network, Greater DC coali*on with $1M ONR grant 2014 BHEF 4

5 HEWI Expansion and Partner Engagement: Expansion Overview Across its three channels, BHEF is expanding HEWI in two ways: by building on exis#ng projects, and by launching ini#a#ves in new geographies based on market demand. Exis1ng Program Expansion BHEF will build on past successes to con*nue to increase HEWI impact in regional geographies through: 1 Growing individual projects to more students 2 Expanding within university/regional systems 3 Developing regional networks and scaling to the broader region (e.g., from Maryland to the Greater D.C. Area) Expansion in New Geographies 4 New target loca*ons are iden*fied by market demand and member input; HEWI is then launched in each loca*on through one of two approaches: Regional Approach: A region with high workforce need and poised for partner engagement to form a network College/University Approach: A college or university program with poten*al to expand with BHEF support Illustra,ve Map 2014 BHEF 5

6 BHEF s Na*onal Cybersecurity Network

7 Growing and Scaling Cyber Networks BHEF con#nues to increase alignment between the talent pipeline of students to rapidly growing workforce needs by scaling cyber programs through five expansion strategies Opportunity Descrip#on Goal Statement Na*onal Network & Future Growth Greater Washington Regional Expansion New Geography Launch MA Cyber Network Strengthen Workforce with Internship Programs New Geography Launch Tidewater, VA Network Share best prac1ces, inform policy, iden*fy workforce needs and develop na*onal competency frameworks valida*ng three pillars Launch a Greater Washington Area network to share best prac*ces, inform policy, and scale cyber programs to new ins1tu1ons in the Greater Washington area Use best prac*ces developed through MD to launch a MA cyber network to share best prac*ces, inform policy, and bring cyber programs to the state Launch a new residen1al internship program, Future Cyber Leaders, for students to develop a top quality cyber and leadership skills Use best prac*ces developed through MD to launch a Tidewater, VA cyber network to share best prac*ces, engage companies, and address regional workforce needs Develop and validate industry- recognized models for delivering academic cyber content, cyber cer*fica*ons and work experience that can be broadly adopted and formulate na*onal policy to support this goal. Elevate the region s cyber workforce needs and promote state and federal policies and investments to support adop*on of cyber strategies developed in Maryland using a strategic partnership with the Greater Washington Board of Trade. Apply the learning from Maryland, both the network and launch of projects, to a en*rely new region responding to the high demand for cyber professionals building a regional network to support projects that create career pathways with mul*ple onramps for low- income students to cyber creden*als and careers. Create a community of future cyber leaders by exposing select groups of undergraduates to enriched internship experiences including social ac*vi*es, professional development, and mentored internship work. Apply the learning from Maryland, both the network and launch of projects, to a en*rely new region by building a regional network to support projects that create career pathways with mul*ple onramps for students, including veterans and military dependants, to cyber creden*als and careers..

8 Na*onal Cyber Network Partner Ecosystem A broad range of partners in a higher educa#on and workforce ecosystem lies at the heart of the CyberUP model, and requires bringing the right partners together to develop each regional ini#a#ve. Accenture AEP Baielle Memorial Ins*tute Boeing Cyphort Hewlei Packard Alfred P. Sloan Founda*on The Bill and Melinda Gates Founda*on Helmsley Charitable Trust Business IBM KPMG Lawrence Livermore Na*onal Laboratory Lockheed Mar*n McAfee Northrop Grumman Parson Corpora*on Raytheon Suffolk Construc*on Treasure Data Verizon Xilinx Founda#ons Keck Founda*on Kerr Founda*on Lumina Na*onal Science Founda*on Others TBD Higher Educa#on Ins#tu#ons (4yr) Bowie State University California State University System George Mason University George Washington Howard University Miami Dade College San Jose State University Southern Methodist University UC Santa Cruz UMass System & Universi*es University of DC University System of MD & Universi*es University of South Florida, St. Petersburg University of Virginia Washington University Virginia Tech Business- Higher Educa#on Forum Government Nonprofits and Associa#ons 3 rd Party Creden#aling CA Department of Technology Na*onal Ins*tute of Science & Technology Na*onal Security Agency Office of Naval Research White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Advanced Cyber Security Center Na*onal Cybersecurity Aerospace Industries Alliance Associa*on Massachuseis Bay Area Council Compe**ve CyberWatch Partnership Cyber Security MentorCloud Educa*on Consor*um Science Center- Pinellas CTO Forum County StudentMentor.org NOTE: This is a working list of engaged and poten*al partners Higher Educa#on Ins#tu#ons (2yr) Able4STEM (UMass partnership with the Commonwealth s 15 community colleges) Anne Arundel Community College Bal*more County Community College Bunker Hill Community College DeAnza Community College Foothill Community College Harford Community College Holyoke Community College Montgomery County Community College Northern Virginia Community College Prince George s County Community College Technology & Research Providers Burning Glass CyberPath Discovery Educa*on UMass Online Others TBD American Council on Educa*on (ACE) C++ CompTIA LearningCounts (CAEL) Parchment

9 Na*onal Cyber Network Implementa*on Approach To accomplish the Network s agenda, BHEF will both support the Network directly with its own staff and set up three commi_ees to engage network members in implemen#ng the priori#es. Establish Na#onal Partner Network Set Vision and Growth Plan Develop Cybersecurity Talent Codify Cyber Evidence and Advance Policy Progress To- Date Next Steps In 2012, BHEF launched its Na*onal Undergraduate Cyber Network Membership has expanded to more than 70 par*cipants, represen*ng more than 20 colleges and universi*es as well as business, government, and other stakeholder partners An agenda and priori*es for both the Network and for BHEF have been set based on the 2013 convening. Establish a governance structure and charter including management and execu*on guiding principles, and metrics Set and communicate a priori*zed agenda Market and grow the Network Create a detailed funding strategy for the Network Manage Network opera*ons BHEF has set vision and growth as a core Network priority and is developing a working group in support of this agenda item Engage Network members to specify if/how they would like to be involved in commiiees Set par*cipa*on expecta*ons Encourage strategic, coordinated investments Set long- term priori*es and strategies for the Network Market and grow the Network in coordina*on with other na*onal efforts, including scaling through business and industry associa*ons Create a sharing mechanism for partners Iden*fy poten*al loca*ons for future growth based on expansion criteria, for BHEF decision- making BHEF has set talent development as a core Network priority and is developing a working group in support of this agenda item Set network par*cipa*on expecta*ons and engage members to get involved Develop guiding principles for program design Establish opportuni*es for work experience (e.g., internships, learn by doing, curricular modules) Develop a work experience rubric based on employer and higher educa*on input Increase onramps and baccalaureate persistence and cyber recruitment and reten*on for low- income students and underrepresented minori*es Enable faculty to deliver high quality cyber learning (e.g., experien*al, industry- BHEF has set evidence and policy as a core Network priority and is developing a working group in support of this agenda item Engage Network members to specify if/how they would like to be involved in commiiees Set par*cipa*on expecta*ons Develop insights into priority challenges in cybersecurity (e.g., strategic workforce surveys and projec*ons, priori*ze problems) Educate the Network and other stakeholders about cybersecurity challenges, needs, and opportuni*es Inform BHEF and partner policy ac*vi*es

10 Na*onal Cyber Network & Future Growth BHEF s Na#onal Cyber Network convenes business, higher educa#on and other leaders, sets the cyber workforce strategic agenda, and provides a plaaorm to scale effec#ve prac#ces across the na#on. Descrip#on BHEF s Na*onal Cyber Network hosts an annual Cyber convening to share the research findings and highlight effec*ve and replicable cyber program prac*ces. Working sub- commi_ees of partner organiza*ons will focus on: Vision and Growth Set long- term priori*es for the network Cyber Talent Development Develop competency frameworks, work experience rubrics, as well as guiding principles for academic programs development & assessment Cyber Evidence and Policy Develop insights into priority challenges in cybersecurity (e.g., strategic workforce surveys to priori*ze problems); integrate high- impact prac*ces on persistence into cyber pathways The na*onal network aims to: Shape and focus the na#onal dialogue on cybersecurity demand and the need for engagement and persistence of low- income students and underrepresented minori*es Create a robust channel through which business- higher educa#on partnerships can be built, expanded, and share lessons for adop*on of evidence- based prac*ces Inform BHEF s strategic selec#on and priori#za#on of future expansion sites Outputs Valida*on of industry- recognized creden*als, work experience rubrics and play book based on employer & higher educa*on input Increased baccalaureate aiainment and cybersecurity career pathways for low- income students and underrepresented popula*ons Research to inform policy Na*onal and state policy agenda How is this Expansion Strategy Disrup#ve? Bringing leaders together at the na*onal level disrupts the status quo of compe**on within and across stakeholder groups The na*onal plamorm further scales ins*tu*onal change, across regions, through sharing of effec*ve prac*ces and policy

11 Partner Workshop

12 Na*onal Cybersecurity Network Partner Workshop

13 Goals for Today s Workshop Review and respond to the Na*onal Cybersecurity Network Charter Ar*culate tangible deliverables for each of the three working groups: vision and growth, talent & capacity, and research and policy Commit to suppor*ng the implementa*on of this agenda, beginning with par*cipa*on in the next Network mee*ng in March BHEF 13

14 The Network Will: Align the cybersecurity workforce requirements of industry and government with higher educa*on Develop innova*ve programs to expand the cybersecurity talent pipeline, and Address issues of cri*cal interest to cybersecurity workforce development 2014 BHEF 14

15 Proposed Working Groups Vision and Growth Talent and Capacity Research and Policy 2014 BHEF 15

16 Vision and Growth Priori*ze strategic offerings of network (warriors, enabled, sectors, ect.) Complement exis*ng cybersecurity educa*on and workforce ini*a*ves Define cyber pathways for students for 2 and 4 year students Ar*culate unique offerings of this group, par*cularly around role of industry and strategic partnership models 2014 BHEF 16

17 Talent and Capacity Develop industry recognized competency frameworks, work experience rubrics to complement government ini*a*ves such as NICE framework and NSA CAE schools Develop guiding framework for academic program development and assessment, to include business and sector- specific needs Create menu of op*ons for industry engagement including gold- standard internships Establish repository of industry offerings, i.e. approved data sets, case studies, training exercises, etc BHEF 17

18 Research and Policy Develop insights into priority challenges in cybersecurity through strategic workforce surveys and projec*ons Establish network- wide policy priori*es and government engagement strategy (e.g. alterna*ve clearance requirements for undergraduate students, government contract requirements) Develop partnership model standards such that they are replicable and measurable 2014 BHEF 18

19 Proposed Next Steps Announcement of Working Groups Leadership December, 2014 Webinar and Working Group Reports March, 2015 Provide industry perspec*ve for NICE framework working groups Spring, 2015 Create industry framework for cyber- enabled programs Summer, 2015 Partner with na*onal associa*ons, such as BRT, APLU, and AIA to launch industry validated programs with regional business partners Summer, 2015 Launch new regional partnerships Ongoing 2014 BHEF 19

20 Vision Lead a state/industry- wide cyber strategy Reach out to CA cyber strategy group VA cyber commission Na*onal Associa*on of State CIOs Faculty internship experiences First hand engagement Consul*ng Broad competencies that have staying power Help gov t beier define cyber requirements in RFPs and people requirements 20

21 Capacity 50% hands- on curriculum Cer*fica*ons built into the undergraduate program Career counselors trained in cyber Make one course in cyber mandatory for undergrad curriculum Naval Academy example Ethical, technical, opera*ons, privacy? careers? Cyber courses subsidized Start them young 21

22 Capacity Curricular nuggets modules to plug and play Next fron*er Coherent stories on NICE KSAs Offered on spectrum from broad to deep Hands- on ac*vity Forum for sharing current concerns Communica*on skills Pre- internship (job- shadowing) bc there is a capacity problem Menu of op*ons for industry 22

23 Capacity Senior architects - senior level posi*ons Curriculum backbone is useful Offer a validated program framework 23

24 Evidence & Policy Write as official charter Connect with projects underway Material online structure and organiza*on Discrepancy on workforce needs 24

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