Center for Cybersecurity Education
West Virginia University Designated April 2022
West Virginia University has been designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education (CAE-CDE) by the U.S. National Security Agency and Department of Homeland Security (NSA/DHS).
CAE POC (Point of Contact): David Krovich
The Center for Cybersecurity Education (CCE) has been established to serve as the focal point for cybersecurity curriculum and practice at WVU. The Center for Cybersecurity Education is organized and hosted by the Department of Computer and Information Systems and supported by faculty across multiple disciplines at WVU. The mission of the CCE center is to provide cybersecurity education program guidance and oversight, general cyber defense information, and opportunities of cybersecurity research, collaboration, and outreach for students, faculty, and other organizations.
This designated center must have an external board of advisors – local/national industry
professionals, faculty from other institutions, etc. to provide programmatic guidance
over the activities of the center and the NCAE-C program as a whole. This board
provides a connection between the program(s), this center, college/department,
and the local community. The external board of advisors can be shared with other
programs in the college/department.
- Brandon Bailey, Cybersecurity senior Project Leader, Aerospace Corporation
- Kevin Reid, CIO, Fusion Technologies LLC
- Jon Hammock, KeyLogic Systems
- Michael Dransfield, National Security Agency
Institutional security resources and awareness
- WVU Defend Your Data
- WVU Catalog: Cybersecurity
- WVU Admissions: Cybersecurity
- WVU IT: Information Security Services
- Mountaineer ENews article: "Defend your data, be cyber smart with personal accounts and device"
- Feature article: "Navigating the Digital Age," EngineeringWV Statler College magazine