CPRI worked with the Anaheim Union High School District and Santa Ana Unified School District, as well as Cypress College and other local experts, to develop cybersecurity curricula for high school students, both to create expertise and to inspire them to attend community and four-year colleges to enter this job-rich field
CPRI also will support UCI’s efforts to develop cybersecurity specialization and degree programs.
Special thanks to Avast and Verizon for generously supporting this effort.
Law Enforcement Training
CPRI worked with UCI’s Division of Continuing Education and premier Southern California law enforcement agencies to support cybersecurity and digital evidence handling training for police officers and, potentially, other participants in the criminal justice system.
Join us for an engaging virtual event featuring a keynote by Shabnam Jalakian, Chief Information Security Officer and Senior Vice President of First American Financial Corp., followed by a panel discussion and opportunity to connect as a community.
How worried Should We Be? A Realistic Look at Cybersecurity Threats for the 2020 elections and Beyond with Bryan Cunningham
How worried Should We Be? A Realistic Look at Cybersecurity Threats for the 2020 elections and Beyond Wednesday, January 29th, 2020
October 16 • 5-6 pmUCI University Club Dining Room Please join us for a networking reception, including food and refreshments, from 5:00-6:00 pm, October 16. Connect with students, faculty, ICS Industry Showcase guests and Cybersecurity Workforce 2025 panelists, Obsidian, First
As the constant news of yet another enterprise data breach becomes the norm, the private sector and government agencies must increase collaboration to increase resiliency and defenses to these attacks. While large corporations increase their budgets for cybersecurity, there must
June 18, 2019@ The Cove at UCI Applied Innovation As numerous new privacy and security laws come into force, it’s not just large companies that need to comply. Small and mid-sized enterprises also will face penalties for failure to comply