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2022

A seasoned Air Force investigator takes over a crucial cybersecurity office

The Defense Department’s Cyber Crime Center, known as DC3, has a new executive director, Jude Sunderbruch. He joined the Federal Drive with what’s new at the DC3 and what he plans for this crucial office. (FNN - 2022)
 

DOD Cyber Training Academy Aims to Arm Students With Essential Cybersecurity Tools

To meet the continuously evolving cybersecurity threats facing the United States, the Defense Department established what is now known as the DOD Cyber Crime Center's Cyber Training Academy in 1998 near Linthicum Heights, Maryland. (Defense.gov - 2022)
 

2020

High School Students Explore Cybersecurity at DC3

The DoD Cyber Crime Center (DC3) hosted more than 20 students from Glen Burnie High School for an educational visit Feb. 19. The students, grades 9-10, left behind their classrooms in Glen Burnie, Md., for a two-hour exploration of the cybersecurity field and how it relates to the biomedical field they are studying as part of their school’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Biomedical Magnet (BMAH) program. (2020)
 

2019

DC3 Partners with NSA, Hosts ROTC Cadets for Summer Internships

The DoD Cyber Crime Center (DC3) recently partnered with the National Security Agency (NSA) by hosting 12 U.S. Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) cadets for internships at DC3, July 24 – Aug. 9. DC3’s opportunity to host the cadets, representing 11 universities, was occasioned by an extraordinarily large number of NSA internship participants this year. (2019)

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