Huntington Ingalls, National CyberWatch Center announce partnership

Huntington Ingalls Industries of Newport News, VA announced on March 31 has joined the National CyberWatch Center for Cybersecurity Education, the largest network of information security educators and institutions of higher education in the world. As a strong advocate of science, technology, engineering and math initiatives, HII was vetted by the organization as an enterprise that is excelling in cybersecurity and education.

“The alliance with the National CyberWatch Center provides the opportunity to serve as a national partner and champion for cybersecurity education,” said Alan Greenberg, chief information security officer at HII’s Technical Solutions division. “Working together with NCC and its members, we look forward to supporting the national conversation on cybersecurity education and workforce development.”

NCC is a cybersecurity education and research consortium, headquartered at Prince George’s Community College, in Largo, Maryland. NCC is known for innovative, scalable and cost-effective cybersecurity education/training partnerships and solutions. NCC members provide advice, effective practices, curricula and course modules, along with support and leadership for NCC programs and activities. Since 2005, NCC has played a key role in developing, promoting and providing cybersecurity education solutions nationally.

Source: Huntington Ingalls