The Cyber Fusion Center (CFC) is accepting applications for a graduate assistant for the 2021-22 academic year.
Contributes to the CFC courses as a lead team member, coaching and guiding other less experienced teammates,
Works with the CFC Marketing Manager and cyber student organizations to operate the Maryville University Cyber Speaker Series, which o Consists of a biweekly external speaker connecting with our community members either in-person or via Zoom for at least an hour period (45 min talk, 15 min Q&A) as well as a single semesterly panel discussion involving multiple speakers and a central theme, o Focuses on a variety of security and management topics, and o Includes speakers from diverse backgrounds,
Hosts CFC Community Hours physically in the CFC for at least two hours per day, twice per week, by collaborating with o The CFC Vision Club, other cyber student organizations, like WiCYS and MCA, as well as other
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