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We host the VCS every other Thursday @ 1300 – 1400 CST. There is a Cyber presentation and then the remainder of the time is left for Q&A with the attendees. Questions are placed in the Teams chat and the moderator will read them to the presenters Attendees are military, DoD employees, and academia. Presentations are not open to the general public and are kept at an unclass level. We offer the option to record at the presenter’s discretion. Recordings can be accessed on our Stream channel on the Air Force .edu Teams platform and can only be accessed by Team members.

Access our VCS channel in Stream – from .edu Teams – Apps – Stream Microsoft Stream- Login MS365 – Discover – Channels – Virtual Cyber Seminar –Follow (Email AWC.CyberCollege.org@us.af.mil for instruction sheet if this doesn't work)

Date Topic Presenter
27Jan2022 Data: The Center of the Cyberverse Brig Gen (Ret) Touhill               
10Feb2022 The Metaverse: The Next Disinformation Frontier Dr. Rand Waltzman  
24Feb2022 TBD TBD
10March2022 The Need to Address the Lack of Cyber Security of Purdue Reference Model Level 0,1 Devices (process sensors, etc.) Dr. Joe Weiss

AIR FORCE CYBER COLLEGE COLLABORATION

For Additional Information Contact the Air Force Cyber College at AWC.CyberCollege.Org@us.af.mil or Comm. 334-953-6531 

 

Air Force Cyber College Outreach and Engagement

Air Force Cyber College faculty members Dr. Karen Guttieri and Dr. Josh Sipper represent Air University at Troy University's conference “NATO at 70, a Strategic Examination of the Past, Present and Future of the Atlantic Alliance”.

 

 

Air Force Cyber College at DefCon & BlackHat 2021

Air Force Cyber College faculty members and Dean, Dr. Karen Guttieri at DefCon & BlackHat 2021.

DefCon 2021 Logo

Dr. Michael Thomas and Dr. Guttieri at BlackHat 2021

Dr. Nicholas Sambaluk at the aerospace village Defcon 2021

Dr. Nicholas Sambaluk hacking at DefCon 2021

Paper airplane contest

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Air University at AFA

Air Force Association Air, Space & Cyber Conference is still going strong. Check out AU's representation at our booth and what AU had to offer.


CYBERSECURITY AWARENSESS - CYBER SHORTS

At the Air Force Cyber College, we believe every day is a good day for Cybersecurity Awareness. We want to empower you and your family with some tools to help you navigate your personal cyber security. Technology is growing at a rapid pace and we are always connected. Cybercrime doesn’t discriminate so it is your job to make sure you do your part #BeCyberSmart!

You can also visit https://public.cyber.mil/ to access other cyber tools and information.

 

 

Air Force Cyber College Student Research Videos

The Cyber Research Task Force offers students a chance to develop meaningful and desired research to Air Force leadership. The students work on their research throughout their semester and have the opportunity to brief the senior leaders of their findings. Below are some of the students describing their research in their own words.


Outreach

Air Force Cyber College Logo

We host the VCS every other Thursday @ 1300 – 1400 CST. There is a Cyber presentation and then the remainder of the time is left for Q&A with the attendees. Questions are placed in the Teams chat and the moderator will read them to the presenters Attendees are military, DoD employees, and academia. Presentations are not open to the general public and are kept at an unclass level. We offer the option to record at the presenter’s discretion. Recordings can be accessed on our Stream channel on the Air Force .edu Teams platform and can only be accessed by Team members.

Access our VCS channel in Stream – from .edu Teams – Apps – Stream Microsoft Stream- Login MS365 – Discover – Channels – Virtual Cyber Seminar –Follow (Email AWC.CyberCollege.org@us.af.mil for instruction sheet if this doesn't work)

Date Topic Presenter
27Jan2022 Data: The Center of the Cyberverse Brig Gen (Ret) Touhill               
10Feb2022 The Metaverse: The Next Disinformation Frontier Dr. Rand Waltzman  
24Feb2022 TBD TBD
10March2022 The Need to Address the Lack of Cyber Security of Purdue Reference Model Level 0,1 Devices (process sensors, etc.) Dr. Joe Weiss

Events

AIR FORCE CYBER COLLEGE COLLABORATION

For Additional Information Contact the Air Force Cyber College at AWC.CyberCollege.Org@us.af.mil or Comm. 334-953-6531 

 

Air Force Cyber College Outreach and Engagement

Air Force Cyber College faculty members Dr. Karen Guttieri and Dr. Josh Sipper represent Air University at Troy University's conference “NATO at 70, a Strategic Examination of the Past, Present and Future of the Atlantic Alliance”.

 

 

Air Force Cyber College at DefCon & BlackHat 2021

Air Force Cyber College faculty members and Dean, Dr. Karen Guttieri at DefCon & BlackHat 2021.

DefCon 2021 Logo

Dr. Michael Thomas and Dr. Guttieri at BlackHat 2021

Dr. Nicholas Sambaluk at the aerospace village Defcon 2021

Dr. Nicholas Sambaluk hacking at DefCon 2021

Paper airplane contest

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Air University at AFA

Air Force Association Air, Space & Cyber Conference is still going strong. Check out AU's representation at our booth and what AU had to offer.


Videos

CYBERSECURITY AWARENSESS - CYBER SHORTS

At the Air Force Cyber College, we believe every day is a good day for Cybersecurity Awareness. We want to empower you and your family with some tools to help you navigate your personal cyber security. Technology is growing at a rapid pace and we are always connected. Cybercrime doesn’t discriminate so it is your job to make sure you do your part #BeCyberSmart!

You can also visit https://public.cyber.mil/ to access other cyber tools and information.

 

 

Air Force Cyber College Student Research Videos

The Cyber Research Task Force offers students a chance to develop meaningful and desired research to Air Force leadership. The students work on their research throughout their semester and have the opportunity to brief the senior leaders of their findings. Below are some of the students describing their research in their own words.