Thursday, January 4, 2018

CTSC Collaboration with NSF Campus Cyberinfrastructure and CyberTraining Projects

CTSC's Warren Raquel and Mark Krenz at the Great Plains Network & Greater Western Library Alliance training in June 2017
NSF's 2018 solicitation for Campus Cyberinfrastructure (CC*) projects states that the "Campus CI plan should address the campus-wide approach to cybersecurity in the scientific research and education infrastructure," and NSF's 2018 solicitation for CyberTraining projects highlights the need for "training and certification of CI Professionals in cybersecurity technology and management for advanced CI-enabled research."

CTSC resources and staff are available to assist Campus Cyberinfrastructure and CyberTraining projects with cybersecurity plans and training, via one-on-one engagements and other CTSC activities. For example, CTSC recently engaged with the University of New Hampshire Research Computing Center (funded in part by the NSF CC*DNI program).

Our cybersecurity program guide provides recommendations and templates for establishing and maintaining cybersecurity programs. Our online training materials and webinars cover many cybersecurity topics tailored to the NSF CI community. CTSC staff are available to participate in training events as our schedule and travel budget allows. We can also assist with disseminating announcements about training events and training materials to the community. Our annual cybersecurity summit provides a venue for training sessions for cybersecurity practitioners, technical leaders, and risk owners from within the NSF Large Facilities and CI community.

If you are preparing a Campus Cyberinfrastructure or CyberTraining proposal to address cybersecurity needs, please see our guidance on including CTSC in a proposal and don't hesitate to contact us to discuss how CTSC can help.

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