The U.S. Cyber Challenge is a U.S. national
talent search and skills development program for U.S. students. Its purpose is to find
10,000 young Americans with the interest and skills to fill the ranks of cyber security practitioners,
researchers, and warriors.
Headed by the Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) Commission on Cybersecurity for the 44th Presidency, they provide oversight for U.S. sponsored Cyber Challenges.
The Oklahoma State University:
Spears School of Business actively incorporates technology into the cirriculum and seeks input from leaders in business and government to help create industry-driven degrees.
DC3 and OSU are joint partners in sponsoring the development and operation of the National Repository for Digital Forensic Intelligence (NRDFI). This secure law enforcment only portal shares digital forensic information and analysis.
In addition, OSU provides services in support of the DC3 Challenge download portal.
With a history of educating business leaders since 1916, the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School specializes in creating innovative programs that anticipate and reflect global business trends. The School also draws upon the strengths of other Johns Hopkins schools, including the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, the School of Medicine, School of Nursing, the Whiting School of Engineering, and the Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences.
Johns Hopkins was America's first research university. The Carey Business School shares the Hopkins' dedication to research and improving lives on a global scale by addressing pivotal societal issues, including health, poverty, education, and environmental sustainability through rigorous research and education. For us, this means the transformation of business education, and repurposing the traditional business school toolkit to reflect our principles of humanity, compassion, innovation, and opportunity.
They offer Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Science (MS) and Bachelor of Science (BS) programs in multiple disciplines and formats.
Challenge.gov is a new online platform that empowers the Federal Government to bring the best ideas and top talent to bear on our nation's most pressing problems. On Challenge.gov, entrepreneurs, leading innovators and citizen solvers can compete for prizes by providing novel solutions to tough problems and, at the same time, take pride in engaging with their government to advance national priorities. Challenge.gov is the latest milestone in the Administration's commitment to use prizes and challenges to spur innovation by tapping into the wisdom and experience of the American people.
- DC3 Digital Forensics Challenge webpage on Challenge.gov
- Press Release from the Executive Office of the President - Office of Science and Technology Policy
- Challenge.gov Fact Sheet from the Executive Office of the President - Office of Science and Technology Policy
- Prize Platform Invites Citizens to Solve Nation`s Challenges - White House Blog
- Around the Services - Sept 14th, 2010: Brightest Stars - Pentagon Channel
(Watch on the video on Pentagon Channel or on YouTube)