Cypherpath subject-matter-expert presents to over a 175 attendees during a session on 'Cyber Warfare Infrastructure' held during AFCEA International's Joint Warfighting Conference
Executive Vice-President of Cypherpath, Art Payne, presented to AFCEA Chapter Members prior to the Joint Warfighting Conference. He talked briefly on continuing education, information assurance and free webinars to be hosted by the Professional Development Center's Preferred Providers during Cyber Awarenss Month later this year.
Kevin Rogers CEO and Co-Founder of Cypherpath, a cybersecurity company located in Virginia, recently posed with his MissionLink peers on the Capitol steps after a formal graduation ceremony. MissionLink is an executive level forum designed to foster collaboration and innovation among CEOs, decision makers, critical thinkers and pacesetters from the most promising companies dedicated to the mission of defense, intelligence and national security.
Cypherpath is a Diamond sponsor at the National CyberWatch Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC). The event Regional final will be held at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab in Laurel, MD., April 10-13, 2013. The Top 8 schools advanced. Congratulations! To learn more...
Cypherpath to present at AFCEA WEST in San Diego, January 30, 2013 9:30-10:30 using our immersive, interactive collaboration platform. The course format will include training content and a lab exercise in a virtualized attack presented via the CyberFire™ environment.
Cypherpath's attempting to win its 29th Award for Agent Surefire. This time with 'Insider Threat', an immersive cybersecurity training simulation in serious games format. It’s an off-the-shelf solution designed to raise employee awareness on information security best practices on methods of securing sensitive information. The engaging game-based content delivery allows learners to make decisions and experience the implications of those decisions in a realistic office simulation.
Cypherpath will showcase CyberFire™ at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in conjunction with the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) - Shaping the Future of Cybersecurity Education “Connecting the Dots in Cyberspace” Workshop from October 30 – November 1, 2012. During the conference, the CyberFire™ platform will support over 30 participants in validating and demonstrating skill and exercise defense measures as part of the Cyber Elite Challenge. The Cyber Elite Challenge is a component of the Federal Cybersecurity Training Event (FedCTE) program, sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of State.
This one-day course educates students on the risks of participating in unchecked social activities. The very premise of a social media application is predicated upon unfettered access to a person’s current location, activities, demographics, and personal thoughts. The information from one social application, when cross- referenced with other social applications, public records, and open source data, can lead to the inadvertent disclosure of information not intended for public consumption. We refer to this sensitive information as Social Stink ℠, an acrid reference to information that potentially could compromise individual, family, or organizational safety. The course covers techniques best described as Counter Social Profiling.
We believe that every experience we produce for cybersecurity education has to generate game changing results. The bad guys are getting smarter and we cannot afford to waste any more time and effort by continuing down the same path and obtaining the same results. We inspire new thinking and help change the status quo by providing cybersecurity games that are easily accessible, engage the user in an immersive environment and create dramatic results. We specialize in immersive learning games that help the learners acquire knowledge, exercise their skills in a self-directed learning environment, and prove their abilities as skilled defenders of their valuable assets.
Be part of an open dialogue with Dr. Anup Ghosh and discuss these important topics that address this particular question: Is prevention a failed security strategy? Given the lack of innovation in prevention techniques over the past decade and the exponential evolution of our adversaries, many in the security industry would say yes.