WELCOME TO CCM CENTER FOR CYBER SECURITY
A NATIONAL CENTER OF ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
IN CYBER DEFENSE TWO-YEAR EDUCATION (CAE2Y)
The County College of Morris has been a local and national leader in Information Security education for over two decades. Since 2003 we have been a certifying institution for the NSA’s NSTISSI-4011 National Training Standard for Information Systems Security (INFOSEC) Professionals.
In January 2017 we became designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Two-Year Education (CAE2Y). We are the first and only community college in New Jersey to receive this designation. There are under fifty two year schools in the country that have achieved this national recognition.
Our faculty is recognized nationally as expert educators, and has been leaders in setting the direction of our nation’s information security curriculum. The CCM Department of Information Technologies established the CCM Center for Cyber Security to further the mission of educating our future cyber security professionals, increasing awareness for students in other disciplines, and in preparing our greater community to be better cyber citizens.
CYBER SECURITY TIP OF THE MONTH
Anywhere you go be mindful of open Wi-Fi networks that your devices and laptops automatically connect to. If you have the Wi-Fi option set to “ON” or “CONNECT” you will connect to unsecure Wi-Fi networks without being prompted. Open unsecure networks do not require credentials such as usernames or passwords. Look in your list of available Wi-Fi networks for a secure option.
The Center for Cyber Security will be open during the Spring Semester on Tuesday and Thursday from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm.
Please feel free to drop by any time.