Principal Investigator Cyberwatch West
Whatcom Community College
Whatcom Community College’s Computer Information Systems Program Coordinator, Corrinne Sande, has extensive experience in the field of information security and holds several industry certifications including the SANS certified incident handler (GCIH) and Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) certifications. Ms. Sande is the Principal Investigator for Cyberwatch West, an NSF funded ATE center designed to develop security awareness, career pathways, professional development, and dissemination of best practices related to cybersecurity (http://cyberwatchwest.org), along with two additional NSF grants “Capacity Building in Cybersecurity” and “Cybercamps for High School Students”. For over five years Ms. Sande has co-organized the Pacific Rim Regional Cyber Defense Competition with the University of Washington and Highline Community College. Through Ms. Sande’s efforts, WCC is a Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education (CAE2Y). Ms. Sande has also successfully co-administered a $2 million computer forensic/border grant.
Thursday, September 19, 1:00-2:00pm - Community College Cybersecurity Curricula: Standardization, Innovation, Articulation (panel)
Thursday, September 19, 2:05-3:00pm - Community Colleges and Designations of Excellence in Cybersecurity and Digital Forensics (CAE2Y, CDFAE)