Date Posted: Feb 17, 2023
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Dear Information Security Subject Matter Expert (SME),

I am conducting a research study that focuses on comparing phishing mitigation methods, specifically three phishing training methods and two phishing campaign methods, for my dissertation work. I am a PhD candidate in Cybersecurity Management at the College of Computing and Engineering of Nova Southeastern University. My dissertation is chaired by Dr. Yair Levy and this work is part of the Levy CyLab. ( My research study is seeking to compare the mitigation methods and their impact on malicious email in organizations. The experiment that I am seeking assistance with is aimed at comparing these phishing mitigation methods in a 2x3 quasi-experimental format measured on six specific end user negative response actions and vulnerability types. A secondary outcome of this experiment is to measure the samples based on several demographic factors.

By participating in this research study, you agree and understand that your responses are voluntary. All responses are anonymous and no personally identifiable information will be collected or traced back to anyone. Of course, you may stop your participation at any time. If you agree to participate, please use the link below to access the online survey. Thank you in advance for your consideration. I appreciate your assistance and contribution to this research study. If you wish to receive the findings of the study, feel free to contact me via email and I will be more than happy to provide you with the information about the academic research publication resulting from this study.

Jackie (Chris) Scott, PhD Candidate in Cybersecurity
Nova Southeastern University

Date Posted: Jul 22, 2022
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The National Centers of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity (NCAE-C) Curriculum Task Force is seeking proposals for developing post-secondary educational materials in the following emerging areas in cybersecurity:

Zero Trust Security
Quantum-resistant Cryptography
Autonomous/Self-driving vehicle security
Software Supply Chain security

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Solicitation Number: NCAE-C-001-2021 (Original NSA solicitation that funded the task-force)
Date Posted: Apr 19, 2022
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The National CyberWatch Center encourages you to submit to the 2022 Innovations in Cybersecurity Education program, open from Feb. 18 through May 13. Submissions in the following categories: Evidence-based Strategies, Instruction, Practice, and Program Development, helps accelerate their adoption throughout the academic community and allows you and your team to receive the proper recognition for your work. For more on the Innovations program and how to submit yours, see here:
Solicitation Number: N/A