2017 Cyber Camps
Most cybersecurity experts agree that the United States is very vulnerable to cyber attacks from unfriendly countries, groups and individuals. Some experts have reported that we have less than 10 percent of the highly skilled cybersecurity professionals required to secure our information infrastructure.
Does your company want to be at the forefront of deploying the next generation of cybersecurity? Does your company need talented cybersecurity professionals to protect and defend your assets?
If so, please commit your company and become a sponsor for the Cyber Camps. You have a unique opportunity to have an immediate impact on talented individuals considering cybersecurity careers.
In 2017, we are planning to hold three camps in the following states: Delaware, Illinois and Utah with camp participation to be close to 300 people. In order for us to reach this goal, we need your help.
Benefits of Sponsorship of the Cyber Camps
Your company will be:
- Helping to train America’s future cybersecurity experts.
- An active participant in the camp activities.
- Invited to, and have a visible presence at, camp-related special events. Plus, inclusion in all related marketing and public relations materials.
Design Your Own Sponsorship Package
Tell us the benefits you would like to receive, and we will work with you to customize a sponsorship program that is right for your company.
For more information on sponsorship options, please contact:
National Director, US Cyber Challenge
The Cyber Camps are being conducted in partnership with the Cyber Aces Foundation. The Cyber Aces Foundation discovers talent and provides a pathway to employment in critical cybersecurity jobs. The foundation challenges students, veterans and jobseekers with training and competition, develops their abilities with cybersecurity education and prepares them for cybersecurity careers. It is a 501(c)(3) organization. For more, visit http://www.cyberaces.org.
U.S. Cyber Challenge (USCC) is a program of the Center for Internet Security (CIS), a 501(c)3 organization. For more information on the Center for Internet Security, please visit https://www.cisecurity.org/.