With the New Year in full swing, we are resolved to improve not only our own products to meet industry shifts but helping improve cyber professional’s skill sets against evolving threats. One of the ways we are doing this is through the help of our team member Dan Manson, Instructional Designer (Level 5) and current Professor of Computer Information Systems at California State Polytechnic University, Pamona.
Dan is speaking on a panel discussion at the upcoming RSA 2019 conference, titled “How to Create a Truly Diverse Cyber Workforce” on Thursday, March 7 from 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. alongside panelists Mat Neufield, CISO for Unisys, Jordan Jacobson, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona student. Shelly Westman, principal with EY will moderate.
It is at events like RSA (Find Circadence and Project Ares at booth 6583), the Circadence team and visitors to our booth share industry perspectives and explore dynamic learning solutions for cybersecurity professionals. The insights from these meetings often influence our advance product capabilities, features, and offerings.
In addition to sharing his expertise on the ways to diversify the cyber workforce, Dan looks forward to playing an integral part in our Project Ares® cyber learning platform evolution alongside the rest of our incredible team. He is helping integrate proficiency standards and competencies into Project Ares curriculum to improve the overall training value, player scoring, points, badges, etc. He also supports the analysis of how well the training content aligns to the NIST NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework, identifying the gaps for our Cyber Education and Training department to consider in curriculum design.
We know the cybersecurity landscape is fluid, in a constant flux of improving security provisions, processes, technology, and the professionals behind it all. Circadence understands that there is no “one-size-fits-all” solution, which is why our solution capabilities ride on the coattails of the frequent industry changes. Our “Living our Mission” blog series keeps customers and interested parties current on the latest updates to our platforms and the benefits of the developments on organizational security posture.
To learn more about how our gamified learning platform Project Ares is supporting a more diversified workforce in the midst of a widening skills gap, download our white paper “The Importance of Gamification in Cybersecurity Training” now.