Please join us for Bridging the Cybersecurity and Privacy Workforce Skills Gap, the second in a series of workshops hosted by the Georgia Cybersecurity and Privacy Roadmap Taskforce (GCRT).
The Georgia Cybersecurity and Privacy Roadmap Taskforce (GCRT) is a statewide initiative to address Georgia’s challenge to produce enough qualified cyber-science and privacy professionals to fill the growing number of critical cybersecurity jobs within the state and close the workforce gap. The GCRT was set up to create and execute a strategic action plan that can inform and be implemented collaboratively across public and private education systems, including K-12, technical colleges, and university programs.
Bridging the Cybersecurity and Privacy Workforce Skills Gap Workshop
Date: Tuesday, April 27, 2021
Time: 2:30 – 4 pm EDT
VIRTUAL MEETING: https://primetime.bluejeans.com/a2m/register/qyuwaaff
PANELISTS AND PROGRAM
This 90-minute workshop offers the Georgia community the chance to collaborate and share perspectives about establishing a statewide education program to meet the growing demand for cybersecurity and digital privacy talent. This workshop intends to help gain market perspectives about the current capabilities, required competencies, hiring challenges, and what’s needed to fill the workforce gap both today and in the future.
Richard DeMillo, Chair of GCRT
Interim Chair, The School of Cybersecurity and Privacy at Georgia Tech
Trends in Cybersecurity and Privacy Competency
Stephen J. Lynch
Vice President, Workforce & Economic Development Solutions
Burning Glass Tech
Workforce skills and requirements needed to deliver on government and government defense contractors’ capacity, locally and nationally
Deputy Commander, National Security Agency
Senior Human Resource Specialist, Army Cyber Command
SRNL Cyber Strategy Director, Savannah River National Lab
The Regulations, threat sources, and cybersecurity and privacy characteristics driving unique workforce challenges for priority sectors
Assistant Vice President
Cyber Defense and Enterprise Chief Information Security Officer
President, Georgia Agribusiness Council
Vice President, Chief Information Security Officer
Northrop Grumman Enterprise Services
Explore the impact, opportunities, and challenges of cybersecurity and privacy based on the predicted economic growth
General Partner, Current investor in security companies Red Canary and Plextrac
Richard DeMillo, GCRT Chair
The workshop offers the education and cybersecurity community a chance to collaborate and share perspectives on development and scaling education programs to meet the growing demand for cybersecurity talent. This event will help the community gain a better understand areas of our education system in Georgia that impact GCRT’s recommendations for scaling Cybersecurity and Privacy Education across the state.
We look forward to your attendance and participation.
Raheem Beyah – Professor and Dean, College of Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
Charles Isbell – Professor and Dean, College of Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology
Richard DeMillo – Professor and Interim Chair, School of Cybersecurity and Privacy, Georgia Institute of Technology
Alexander Schwarzmann – Dean of the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences, University of Augusta
Eric Toler – Executive Director, Georgia Cyber Center
Stuart Rayfield – Vice Chancellor for Leadership and Institutional Development, University System of Georgia
Art Recesso – Chief Innovation Officer, University System of Georgia
Greg King – Associate Vice President for Economic Development, Georgia Institute of Technology
Steven Weldon – Director Cyber Institute at Augusta University School of Computer and Cyber Sciences
Gloria Griessman – Director of Industry Engagement and Programs, School of Cybersecurity and Privacy, Georgia Institute of Technology