Types of Resources
American Academy of Forensic Sciences: A professional organization that provides leadership to advance science and it's application to the legal system.
CAE Cybersecurity Community: CAE institutions and programs have met the requirements to be designated a Center of Academic Excellence and receive formal recognition from the U.S. Government.
Common Vulnerabilities (CVE): List of publicly known cybersecurity vulnerabilities.
CyberPatriot: A National Youth Cyber Education Program.
Department of Homeland Security (DHS): Cabinet department of the U.S. Federal Government that focuses on anti-terrorism, border security, cyber security and disaster prevention and management.
DHS Stop. Think. Connect Toolkit: Resources to bring an increased understanding of cyber threats and keeping the public more secure online.
FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3): IC3 accepts online crime complaints including: computer hacking, non-delivery of goods or services, employment/business opportunity schemes and advance-fee schemes.
National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE): Partnership between government, academia, and the private sector focused on cybersecurity education, training, and workforce development.
National Security Agency (NSA) / Central Security Service (CSS): Responsible for global monitoring, collection, and processing of information and data for foreign intelligence and counterintelligence purposes.
National Cyberwatch Center: Alliance of higher education institutions, businesses, and government agencies focused advancing Information Security education and strengthen the national cybersecurity workforce.
National Vulnerability Database (NVD): Includes databases of security checklist references, security-related software flaws, misconfiguration, product names, and impact metrics.
Threat Cloud: Live Cyber Attack Threat Map
United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT): Responds to major incidents, analyzes threats, and exchanges critical cybersecurity information with trusted partners around the world.
Cyber Degrees: Listing of Florida schools with cyber programs and Scholarship information.
Florida Computer Crime Center (FC3): Investigates computer crimes, assists with regional investigations, disseminates information to the public, and works to identify and prevent crimes.
Secure Florida: Initiative of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement to safeguard Florida's information systems, reduce vulnerability to cyber attacks and increase responsiveness to any threats.
CIW: Vendor-neutral IT and Web technology education and certification program.
Cybersecurity Education: The Cybersecurity Career pages outline possible careers and what responsibilities you will have and what qualifications are needed.
National Initiative for Cybersecurity Careers and Studies (NICCS): Cyber Education information, certifications and workforce development.
NSA Day of Cyber: Free, online cyber career experience that allows students to see what the life of a cybersecurity expert looks like.
Technical Internships to Advance National Security (TITANS): Allows students to choose a focused internship experience on one of three tracks.