DFARS 7012 CYBERSECURITY BOOT CAMPS
Nationwide Live Streaming   October 20th, 2017 0800 - 1630 PDT Register Now
San Diego Hilton San Diego Airport / Harbor Island October 20th, 2017 0800 - 1630 PDT Register Now
Honolulu Chamber of Commerce Hawaii October 23rd, 2017 0800 - 1630 HST Register Now
 
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WELCOME TO THE CYBER COLLABORATION CENTER (CCC),

A non-profit organization established in 2011 to enable security experts from government, academia and industry to collaborate on critical cybersecurity concerns threatening our nation’s networks and IT modernization.

DFARS 7012 UPDATE:  
The Cyber Collaboration Center has established partnerships with industry to assist in building awareness and providing resources for contractors striving to meet DoD cybersecurity requirements in time for a December 31, 2017 compliance deadline. CCC is sponsoring a series of webinars and live training events to provide training and information for prime contractors, subcontractors, and government contracting professionals. For more information please contact info@cybercollab.org or click below to register.

CYBER COLLABORATION CENTER INITIATIVES

The CCC serves as an operational test bed for the Department of Defense, alternative energy, the smart grid and utilities. The Center’s initiatives include developing effective solutions for cybersecurity, interoperability operations and critical infrastructure and innovations based on critical gaps from the operational community. Because of its strategic location near USPACOM in Honolulu, Hawaii, the CCC is well positioned to maintain awareness of emerging cyber threats within the Asia-Pacific AOR.

COLLABORATION FOSTERS INNOVATION

Staffed by cybersecurity experts, computer scientists, programmers and network engineers, the CCC offers a dynamic open-space work environment that encourages collaborative research across disciplines. Teams work on building block technologies used to construct highly adaptive architectures and advanced cybersecurity solutions for seamless and secure interoperability, secure agile virtual enclaves and network infrastructure command and control.

CARING FOR THE COMMUNITY

In the community, the CCC serves as a gathering place for educators, students and industry mentors to advance interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in our schools and help ensure a well-trained and economically competitive workforce and foster the next generation of national security professionals.