CAE Community Meeting 2015
Event Begins and Ends Posted 01 Sep 2015 5:07 PM

Centers of Academic Excellence Community Meeting
Organized by:  California State University San Bernardino
Cyber Security Center
Supported by NIST*

Please join us for this important meeting of the CAE Community.  The meeting is open to ALL existing Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education/Cyber Defense as well as CAE 2Y and CAE-R Schools. This includes those schools that have applied for the CAE Designations or are in process of applying.

Monday Monday Nov 2, 2015 (Day before NICE Conference)
Paradise Point Resort San Diego, CA
Phone: 858.274.4630

Room block has been exausted!
Group Code: CAE NICE
(Mention the CAE Community Meeting and get the $142 block rate)

New room block at the nearby hotel, The Dana on Mission Bay!

Onsite Badge pickup begins at 7:30am, Meeting begins at 8:15am sharp!

We will be gathering academia and government to discuss the future cyber security workforce as well as several unique working group opportunities.

The event is FREE, but registration is required in advance to gain access to the conference.


Community Meeting Registration:


This year we are offering an opportunity for attendees to submit proposals for a FastPitch, Special Interest Group Discussion, or a Presentation. You can choose more than one. The committee will select based on available spots. Deadline is October 10th.

FASTPITCH: The theme is "Innovation". Schools are given the opportunity to make a 10 minute or less presentation to the general audience on an innovative program, approach or other item. We will have a limited number of spots for FASTPITCH.

SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS: These are opportunities for participants to discuss items relevant to the interest group. The sessions will be about 1 hour in breakout rooms. Sample topics might be Women and Minorities in Cyber Security or Cyber Security Accreditations. The groups will provide documentation of the session.

PRESENTATIONS: These breakout room forums are provided for attendees who wish to present something of interest to an audience. Presentations should be less than 30 minutes.

To submit a proposal for a session:

TRAVEL FUNDS AVAILABLE:  We invite you to apply for travel reimbursement, up to $1000, to attend the upcoming CAE Community Meeting.  Approximately 150 travel awards for faculty from CAE IA/CD,  CAE-CO, CAE-R, and CAE-2Y institutions in the United States will be competitively awarded through this imitative, limited to one attendee per institution.  The travel funding will cover airfare and two nights lodging at the Paradise Point Conference center.

To apply for this travel funding, or to register for the meeting use the community meeting registration link above. You will be prompted for travel funds requests, if required. You will receive a confirmation of your travel funds authorization shortly after as well as instructions for claiming the reimbursement.

Registration and travel fund applications from all CAE institutions are encouraged.  (NOTE:  This travel funding is for the CAE Community Meeting only and not for the NICE Conference, although you are encouraged to attend both. )

*This event is supported by the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE), a program of the National Institute of Standards and Technology in the U.S. Department of Commerce, under Grant # 60NANB15D306