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Center for Internet Security - Cybersecurity Workforce Development
The Center for Internet Security‘s Cybersecurity Workforce Development
Division (CWD) serves as the Chair and a member of the U.S. Cyber Challenge
Coalition. The mission of the U.S. Cyber Challenge (USCC) is to significantly
reduce the shortage in the cyber workforce by identifying, attracting,
recruiting and placing the next generation of cyber security professionals.
The Center for Internet Security (CIS) is a national not-for-profit
organization comprising three divisions: Security Benchmarking, Multi-State
Information Sharing and Analysis Center, and Cybersecurity Workforce
Development. Through its three divisions, CIS is responsible for development
and distribution of benchmarks that establish standards for the secure
configuration of information technology systems; provision of cyber security
for state, local, tribal and territorial governments; and the identification
and development of potential talent for the cyber security workforce
of the future.
CIS's Criteria for Acceptance
||Requirement(s) for all Team Members
|U.S. Community College
- Must hold a U.S. citizenship
Must be actively attending as a student to a U.S. Community
College upon submission of their last result as per the academic
If under the age of 18, must provide a completed
to Participate Form at time of team registration.
Meet all other Challenge Rules requirements.