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UTSA supporting White House Office of the National Cybersecurity Director workforce initiatives

By UTSA Today and published by

FEBRUARY 28, 2023 — With funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF), UTSA is hosting a conference to accelerate workforce initiatives prioritized by the White House Office of the National Cybersecurity Director (ONCD). The Academia Involvement in Community Cybersecurity Conference will be held at the university’s new San Pedro I building in downtown San Antonio from Tuesday, February 28 to Wednesday, March 1. The goal of the conference is to help institutions of higher education (IHE) and school districts understand how they can impact the nation’s cybersecurity posture and workforce. More than 200 members of government, academia and industries will be attending the conference. “Creating the future that we seek — one in which Americans are enriched, empowered and enlivened by connectivity instead of burdened by it — will require contributions by key stakeholders across the public and private sectors. With this in mind, I’m delighted to see that UTSA is hosting an event on the role that academic institutions can play impacting cybersecurity posture and workforce needs,” said Seeyew Mo, assistant national cyber director for ONCD Training and Education.

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