Events

Oct
16
VASCAN 2018

VASCAN 2018 logo

The Virginia Alliance for Secure Computing and Networking (VASCAN) exists for the purpose of strengthening information technology security programs within the Commonwealth of Virginia. The Virginia Alliance for Secure Computing and Networking (VASCAN) Annual Conference, Level Up Your Cyber Security Maturity, will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday, October 16 and 17, 2018, at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. 

Oct
16
CyberEd Weekly Workshop: Mobile Phone and IoT Hygiene in 2018 and beyond

Our free weekly online training will teach you how to use the Virginia Cyber Range features, courseware, and more!

This week we will discuss "Mobile Phone and IoT Hygiene in 2018 and beyond".
We will go through the various risk factors that are prevalent in IoT and mobile phones in today's world, then provide some basic steps/guidance for you the instructor to be able to teach your students on how to have a better security posture with regards to their online devices.

These workshops are free - but we do ask that you register in advance. 

For the full workshop schedule visit our Cybersecurity Education Weekly Workshop page

Oct
16
Fall Cybersecurity Innovation Forum

Jim Jones, Associate Professor of Digital Forensics and Cyber Analysis at George Mason University (GMU) and Virginia Cyber Range executive committee member will speak at the Cybersecurity Innovation Forum at GMU. This is a regular event series that brings cybersecurity experts and technology innovators to the George Mason University Fairfax campus to speak on a variety of information security topics. The event focuses on cybersecurity innovations that address current and evolving challenges and have a real and measurable impact. For more details, RSVP here.

Oct
26
VCCS STEM Peer Group Conference

Virginia Cyber Range director David Raymond and executive committee member Henry Coffman will co-present "A Multi‐Use Technology Framework: The Virginia Cyber Range" at the VCCS STEM Peer Group Conference. Colleagues from Virginia's community colleges will gather for collaboration, creativity, problem-solving, planning, forecasting, learning and networking during the STEM Peer Group Conference (Science, Technology, [includes Information Systems Technology, Computer Science and Cybersecurity], Engineering & Applied Technologies, and Math).