FISSEA - Federal Information Security Educators FISSEA

Project Overview

FISSEA, founded in 1987, is an organization run by and for Federal government information security professionals to assist Federal agencies in strengthening their employee cybersecurity awareness and training programs. FISSEA conducts an annual fee-based conference.

 

SAVE THE DATE for FISSEA 2021
June 16-17, 2021
NIST, Gaithersburg, MD

 

33rd Annual Conference

2020 Vision: Bringing the Future of Cybersecurity Awareness and Training into Focus

Important Announcement:
NIST and the FISSEA Program Committee have decided to cancel the FISSEA Conference originally scheduled for June 2020 and will offer a monthly webinar series in its place.

Introducing:

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►►Summer Series 2020 taught us a lot, go here to learn more about it.

 

About FISSEA

FISSEA, founded in 1987, is an organization run by and for Federal government information security professionals to assist Federal agencies in strengthening their employee cybersecurity awareness and training programs. The name originally was an abbreviation for Federal Information Systems Security Association but has now been shortened to Federal Information Security Educators (FISSEA). 

Purpose

Elevate the general level of information security knowledge for the federal government and federally-related workforce.

Serve as a professional forum for the exchange of information and improvement of information systems security awareness and training programs throughout the federal government.

Provide for the professional development of community members.

Organization

FISSEA seeks to bring together information security professionals.

Each year, an award is presented to a candidate selected as Innovator of the Year (formerly Educator of the Year), honoring distinguished accomplishments in information security training programs.

Created May 24, 2016, Updated January 14, 2021