Research and DevelopmentNational Cybersecurity Student Association members will have the competitive advantage to participate in and have access to the latest cybersecurity research and development. The Association will keep members up-to-date on latest technological trends, employer needs and critical issues.
Internships, Scholarships, Mentoring and JobsStudents can build their resumes by becoming a member! National Cybersecurity Student Association will actively make members aware of internships, scholarships, mentoring opportunities and job posts.
Conferences, Trainings & EventsCommitted to enhancing cybersecurity skills and knowledge, the National Cybersecurity Student Association will offer exclusive discounts to the most relevant conferences, training and events throughout the year. The Association members will stay abreast of the most current and pertinent cybersecurity know-how.
NetworkingNational Cybersecurity Student Association is dedicated to expanding its membership’s professional network and cybersecurity industry connections. This commitment positions student members for greater success in the cybersecurity sector.
National CyberWatch Center Resources
The National CyberWatch Center Library combines existing educational and research resources and capabilities, innovative new tools, and state-of-the-art technologies to collect, synthesize, and disseminate knowledge and content in cybersecurity education and research, as well as encourage use and adaptation.
The National Cybersecurity Student Association News section allows readers to stay up-to-date on what’s happening with the center. Read current newsletters and news releases to stay connected to National Cybersecurity Student Association events, trainings and more.
EC-Council Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by EC-Council to raise awareness of cyber safety issues for the global community while unifying global cyber defense.
EC-Council Foundation’s mission is to create a safer cyber world, by using our programs and events to advocate safer online activities.
Cyber security statistics show that the majority of security breaches are: low in difficulty, take a long time to discover, are discovered by outside parties, and are perpetrated by outsiders.
Through our programs we aim to stop malicious hacking at its core cause, while creating an opportunity for ethical hacking to be accepted and practiced without any discrimination, across all geographical boundaries for the purpose of understanding what it takes to protect and secure critical information and assets.