National Cyber League Announces Cybersecurity Competition Curriculum

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The National Cyber League (NCL) announces integrating cybersecurity competition curriculum into college/university classrooms and provides resources, lab exercises and virtual equipment to get the job done. On April 24th at 11a.m. EDT, NCL is doing a free one-hour webinar to educate collegiate cybersecurity faculty on the easy steps to integrate NCL curriculum into existing coursework.

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The NCL has a powerful and proven model - provide an ongoing virtual training ground for faculty and students to develop and validate cybersecurity skills using content aligned with individual and team games."

The National Cyber League (NCL) announces integrating cybersecurity competition curriculum into college/university classrooms and provides resources, lab exercises and virtual equipment to get the job done. On April 24th at 11a.m. EDT, NCL is doing a free one-hour webinar to educate collegiate cybersecurity faculty on the easy steps to integrate NCL curriculum into existing coursework.

For over three years, the NCL has been providing a virtual training ground for collegiate students to develop, practice and validate cybersecurity skills using high-fidelity simulation environments. The participant response has grown tremendously each NCL season prompting the organization to assist faculty and staff at colleges/universities to incorporate the NCL curriculum into the classroom. This coordinating effort will help easily infuse more hands-on learning for the next generation of cybersecurity specialists.

“The NCL has a powerful and proven model - provide an ongoing virtual training ground for faculty and students to develop and validate cybersecurity skills using content aligned with individual and team games - which is scalable across many industry certifications, curricula, job roles, and verticals," states Casey W. O'Brien, NCL Commissioner. "It couldn’t be easier to integrate the NCL into existing security-related classes.”

Validating cybersecurity skills is a critical component for educators looking to improve their programs. There is no cost for faculty at two and four-year schools to integrate the NCL performance-based curriculum into the classroom. The free one-hour webinar on Friday, April 24th at 11a.m. EDT will review what’s required to participate in the NCL as an instructor/coach: Instructor syllabi, recommended textbooks, lab exercises, video tutorials amd more. NCL also provides suggested course progressions from NCL preparatory lab excerises to professional certificates.

To register for this free one-hour webinar, go to http://bit.ly/1D6FEpN

About National Cyber League
The National Cyber League (NCL) provides a cybersecurity training ground in a game-like environment that requires participants to work individually in Regular Season and in teams during Postseason Games. The competition is designed for participants to solve real problems, with actual deadlines, under enormous time, technical and resource constraints. The NCL provides colleges and universities across the country curricula to assist in student preparation for the competition. Companies seeking qualified talent can view NCL’s Scouting Reports to evaluate potential cybersecurity professionals that have demonstrated skills in NCL game play. The NCL is where cybersecurity is a passion… for students, faculty and the workforce. To learn more, visit http://www.nationalcyberleague.org

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