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Idaho Leading the Way to a National Cyber Workforce
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PLEASE NOTE: THIS CONTENT IS CURRENTLY UNDER DEVELOPMENT

Getting Involved

There are many opportunities to get involved with cyber workforce development and education research areas and activities. Topics are added based on inputs from the ICSCOP, ICRP, the Idaho Cyber Task Force and internship focused work. For more information on how you can participate and collaborate, click on the links.

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Apprenticeships

This research area involves developing the requirements, implementation strategy, support mechanisms, legalities, etc., specific to cyber-related apprenticeships for private sector and local government entities within Idaho and national applicability.

More information/links to follow on:

  • Research areas (e.g. Establishing requirements for cyber-related apprenticeships, support and logistics for entities seeking an apprenticeship, outreach mechanisms and messaging, sector-specific, etc.)
  • Current activities
  • Ways to collaborate

Workforce Pipeline Development and Career Pathways

Creating a faster cybersecurity educational pipeline for the future workforce and developing a talent pipeline for the current workforce.

More information/links on the following:

  • Research areas (e.g. Cyber-CHAMP, HR/Hiring Practices, Certificates and Badges, etc.)
  • Current activities
  • Ways to collaborate

Hands-On Instruction

Developing more accessible hands-on instruction for the educational setting.

More information/links to follow on:

  • Research areas (e.g. usage of virtual hands-on technologies, incorporating hands-on training into OJT, access to live cyber ranges, etc.)
  • Current activities
  • Ways to collaborate

Educational Materials and Resources Repository

Building a repository of existing educational materials and resources, while identifying and guiding development of new items.

More information/links to follow on:

  • Research areas (e.g. Usage of machine learning to establish a virtual catalog of cyber training linked to job roles and levels of competency, aligning materials and resources by job roles, creating a repository to assist positions based on the new Cyber Incident Command System structure, etc.)
  • Current activities
  • Ways to collaborate

Contact Information

Idaho Cyber Research Project Team

Contact Information

ICS Community of Practice

Idaho National Laboratory