An online learning tool with flexible, asynchronous delivery.
Under the CARES Act, some higher education institutions may qualify to receive portions of the Education Stabilization Fund (Section 18001 et. seq.) to support “significant changes to the delivery of instruction.” For Information Security and Cyber Security educators the rapid adaption to and adoption of online learning tools is critical to sustaining student engagement for spring and summer terms plus potentially fall 2020 and beyond.
Circadence can help educators transform existing cyber security curriculum to support distance learning challenges.
Students can start with foundational cyber concepts like ports and protocols or regular expressions or jump to advanced skills in cyber threat scenarios reflective of real-world cyber-attacks. With Project Ares, distance learning for students is engaging, fun, and effective—and professors align curriculum topics to hands-on activities.
Download this sample curriculum to see and understand how a national research institution in the United States has implemented Project Ares into their course curriculum.
State-of-the-art technology and detailed performance metrics give cyber instructors the benchmarks and progression points needed to prepare the next generation of cyber professionals and fill the industry skills gap.