1 Academic Capabilities
2 San Antonio Strengths Various Cyber Missions IT/Defense Industrial Base Technology Research Institutions Available Infrastructure and Support Strong Academic Community Ready and Able Workforce Transportation/Access Military Bases/Resources Facilities and Infrastructure Communication/Bandwidth Capabilities Willing and Able Partners Academia Government Entities Business Community
4 Cyber City, USA S.A. Tops Many List Of Best Cities Investment - job growth, unemployment, home values, income, monthly expenses, climate Job growth - knowledge-based workers # 7 Largest City in America Excellent Quality of Life 1.8M Population Outstanding Healthcare 928K Workforce Outstanding Climate - Free of Natural Disasters 56K - Science/Tech Component Growing Role in HLS/HLD 25K - IT Component Strong Academic Community Diverse Economy -- Biomedical, Finance, Manufacturing, Technology, Military, and Tourism Favorable Cost of Living 7% BNA *** 7.3% Unemployment % BNA *** Housing 25% BNA *** Very Affordable Utilities Large, Historic, and Proud Military Presence Cyber City USA
5 Cyber City, USA - Cyber Mission Synergy Lackland AFB 24 th Air Force AF Cyber Command 688 th Information Operations Wing AF Information Operations Center of Excellence 67 th Network Warfare Wing (AF Computer Emergency Response Team) Texas Cryptologic Center (NSA/CSS - Texas) AF Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency Navy Information Operations Command Texas Defense Information Support Agency Mega Center Joint Reserve Information Operations/Intelligence Center Joint Information Operations Warfare Center AF Cryptologic Systems Group (ESC) Randolph AFB AF Personnel Center Air Education and Training Command - AF Electronic Warfare School (AETC) Brooks City-Base AF Research Lab
6 Cyber City, USA - Cyber Educational Strengths Education More than 134K Total Enrollment Cyber Related Studies - High School thru PhD Texas Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education San Antonio Cyber Innovation and Research Consortium IT Workforce SCI Cleared Personnel Certified Information Systems Security Professionals (CISSPs) # IT Graduates Each Year Readily Available Human Capital
7 Cyber City, USA - Corporate Presence (approx. 900 IT businesses) Large AT&T Presence The Largest Telecommunications & Wireless Company in America Microsoft Regional Data Center; USAA Data Center; Rackspace Data Center; Southwest Foundation Biomedical Research Data Center (and others) San Antonio Defense Technology Cluster 81 + Defense/IT/Technology Contractors, including: Deloitte L3 Com TASC Boeing SAIC CSC Sierra Nevada Diligent SRC SRA MANTECH SecureLogix AT&T Southwest Research Institute Lockheed Martin NCI Denim Group Rackspace Symantec Booz Allen Hamilton MacAulay Brown General Dynamics CACI Argonst ThreatGuard SecureInfo Digital Defense Dynetics * Plus Horizons Training HP Enterprise Services Accenture
8 DISN Major Hubs (13 Total) (DISA Priority Order) 1. Washington DC 2. San Antonio, TX 3. Los Angeles, CA 4. Omaha, NE and Others All Major Hubs connect thru San Antonio! Enables Connectivity to: Kirtland AFB (DMOC) Nellis AFB (CAOC-N) -- Supporting Virtual Flag Exercises, Distributed Cyber Training, and Operations Cyber City USA
9 San Antonio Education More than 134K Total Students Enrolled Cyber Related Studies University of Texas at San Antonio BS MS PhD Texas State University BS MS PhD (developing) St Mary s University BS MS Our Lady of the Lake University BS MS Wayland Baptist University BS MS Trinity University BS University of the Incarnate Word BS Texas A&M University - San Antonio BA Alamo Colleges San Antonio College AA Palo Alto College AA St Phillip s College AA Northwest Vista College AA Northeast Lakeview College AA Information Technology and Security Academy * AA/BS/MS/PhD Computer Science/IT
10 Austin ITSA UTSA ITSA ACCD ACCD StMU OLLU ITSA Port San Antonio UIW TRINITY UTSA ACCD ACCD ACCD Brooks City Base 5 miles TAMU
11 Cyber Workforce IT Companies Approx 900 IT Workforce 25,000+ SCI Cleared Personnel 7,500 Certified Information Systems Security Professionals (CISSPs) Texas 2985 San Antonio MSA 418 # IT Graduates Each Year Masters/PhDs 160 Bachelors 250 Associates/Certificates 275
12 An Educational Cyber Security Pipeline High School Graduate or lower division BS Students BS Degree seeking advanced Degree High School Junior/Senior Ph.D. in Security Related Field High School Graduate with basic security training Assoc. Degree in Security Field BS Degree in Security Field MS Degree in Security Field Creating security professionals for all levels of government and industry
13 Cyber City, USA Centers of Academic Excellence Texas Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education* Southern Methodist University University of Texas, Dallas University of Texas, San Antonio Our Lady of the Lake University Texas A&M University University of Dallas University of North Texas University of Houston The goal of the program is to reduce vulnerability in our national information infrastructure by promoting higher education in information assurance (IA), and producing a growing number of professionals with IA expertise in various disciplines. NSA/CSS The Most Nationally Designated Centers in Any State * Nationally Designated
14 Cyber City, USA Cyber Innovation and Research Consortium University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) Institute for Cyber Security (ICS) * Center for Infrastructure Assurance and Security (CIAS)* St Mary s University, School of Law Center for Terrorism Law (CTL) Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) Center for Information Assurance Management and Leadership (CIAML)* * Designated National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education
15 NW Vista Computer Forensics Computer Science Digital Gaming, Simulation and Cinematics for Artists Multimedia Specialists Programming & Visualization Systems Administration New Media Communications Music Technology St. Phillip s Computer Science Network Administrator Network Security Administrator Biomedical Equip Technician Computer Maintenance Technician Computer Network Specialization E-Business Computer Support Specialist Web Developer Cyber City USA Associate Degrees and Certifications San Antonio College Computer Science Computer Security Geographic Information Systems Network Administrator Geographic Information Science Network Routing Accounting Technology Computer Programming Computer Help Desk Specialist Cisco Administrator Database Specialist Cisco Routing Palo Alto Computer Information Systems Computer Science Information Systems Systems Advanced Web Program. Network Admin CISCO Network Technology Security Academy Network Administration Network Security Personal Computer Support Administrative Comp. Tech. Northeast Lakeview Computer Science Mathematics Physics Criminal Justice
16 The Academies an innovative partnership of the San Antonio area, New Braunfels, San Marcos, and Seguin Independent School Districts, the Alamo Colleges, local industry partners, the San Antonio Port Authority, the City of San Antonio, UTSA/CIAS, the local military community, and Alamo Workforce Development. A collaborative program is focused on providing aerospace, information technology & computer security, and manufacturing training in college level courses to high school students in a two-year half-day program. Information Technology and Security Academy (ITSA) 90 Students (HS Juniors/Seniors) CY Paid Internships 165 Graduates Since 2004 Cyber City USA
17 Holmes High School Offers IT classes focused on attaining IT industry recognized and promoted certification Courses and Certification Pathways Computer Maintenance Computer Technician A+ Certification Computer Technologies Security+ Certification Server+ Certification Network+ Certification Telecommunication Networking Technologies Network+ Certification Cisco 1 and 2 CCNA Certification Holmes Huskies are Certifiable!
18 Northeast Lakeview College Rackspace Requirements Cisco Courses Microsoft Courses Rackspace Schedule and Workspace Workforce Education and Training General Dynamics Requirements Security Courses General Dynamics Schedule and Workplace Workforce Education and Training
19 National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition UTSA/CIAS 63+ Colleges and universities Eight Regional Winners National Championship April16-18 Recruiting Opportunity Local Schools Colleges and Universities Cyber Patriot (High School Competition) Fall 2010 Virtual Competition Spring 2011 National Championship JROTC Non-JROTC Local Schools
20 Why San Antonio Numerous Cyber Missions Existing In-place Virtual Cyber/Cyber Security Innovation Center Ready, Able, and Cleared Work Force Outstanding Academic Community Directly Engaged in Developing and Credentialing Cyberspace Disciplines Extensive Contractor/Corporate Base Large Military Base Structure Engaged, Supportive Municipal Infrastructure Outstanding Intergovernmental Local, State, and Federal Relationships
22 Top 50 Money and PayScale.com rate the top 50 careers with great pay and growth prospects. Rank Job title Job growth (10-year forecast) 1 Systems Engineer 45% 2 Physician Assistant 27% 3 College Professor 23% 4 Nurse Practitioner 23% 5 Information Technology Project Manager 16% 6 Certified Public Accountant 18% 7 Physical Therapist 27% 8 Computer/Network Security Consultant 27% 9 Intelligence Analyst 15% 10 Sales Director 10% 12 Software Developer 28% 16 Software Product Manager 28% 30 Telecommunications Network Engineer 53% 39 Computer Software Program Manager 28%
23 Average Annual Earnings for College Graduates and Non-Graduates $109,600 Doctoral Degree $89,400 Master's Degree $62,300 Bachelor's Degree $52,200 Associate's Degree $38,200 Some College $36,800 High School Graduate $30,400 Some High School Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Surveys, March 1998, 1999, and 2000.
24 Average Salaries High School Drop Out $18K High School Graduate $29K Holmes HS w/certifications) $57K Southwest HS (w/certifications) $31K Associates Degree $36K Bachelor s Degree $46K Average Salary SA $37K Average IT salary SA $57K Physic Income Best Toys in the Business National Security U.S. Census Bureau 2000 Average Salary -- High School Diploma $30,400 Average Salary --Bachelor's Degree $52,200.
25 ITSA Cyber Patriot Team
26 Canyon HS ITSA-CTTC Judson HS Warren HS Brennan HS ITSA-SA Port San Antonio Brooks City Base Southwest HS 5 miles
27 High School Cyber Defense Competition Sponsored by Air Force Association 661 Teams Nation-wide Participated 1000 Total Slots 63 Texas Teams Two Went to National Championship Two Divisions All Service JROTC Open $350 Registration Fee Register NLT 1 October 2011 San Antonio Mayor s Cyber Cup 2010 Inaugural Year Cyber Patriot 21 San Antonio Area Teams Participated Academic and Business Communities Provided Mentors ITSA Team Went to National Championship Mayor Castro Recognized Winners at Mayor s Cyber Cup Awards Luncheon 2011 Increase Team participation to 35 or more
28 What Do We Ask Join in the Process Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce Technology Committee Monthly Meeting 2 nd Tuesday; Will Garrett Support the Academic Efforts Expand Cyber Security Programs Alamo Academies Dual Credit/Curriculum/Certifications Holmes High School Model Curriculum/Certifications Talk About the Opportunities w/students and parents Encourage Participation in Cyber Patriot IV Register NLT 1 October 2011 uscyberpatriot.org Organize Now -- We Can Help cybercityusa.org Chris Cook Follow-Up Briefing w/region 20 on 2 August 2011
29 National Champions - 3 rd Place!