|National Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education (CAE/IAE) Program Criteria for Measurement |
|Florida A&M University - PREREQUISITES & CRITERIA 1 |
Description: Outreach/Collaboration - Extending IA beyond the normal boundaries of the University and bringing current IA practioners into the IA Center.
|Prerequisite Items: |
- IA Courseware certified under the IA Courseware Evaluation Program - FAMU is currently certified for the following CNSS Training Standards: 4011 & 4012.
- Information Systems Security Professionals, NSTISSI No. 4011 Certificate (June 2008 - June 2013)
- Senior System Managers, CNSSI No. 4012 Certificate (June 2010 - June 2015)
- <Copy of the Certificate>
- <Email Notification of Award>
- <Picture of CNSS 2010 Award Ceremony>Presenters included:
- The Honorable Howard Schmidt, CISSP, CSSLP (Special Assistant to the President and Cybersecurity Coordinator)
- Ms. Debora Plunkett (Information Assurance Director - National Security Agency)
- Ms. Roberta Stempfley (National Cyber Security Division Director - Department of Homeland Security)
- Mr. John Mathews (Executive Secretary - Committee on National Security Systems)
- Information Systems Security Professionals, NSTISSI No. 4011 Certificate (June 2005 - June 2008)
- The institution must hold current regional or national accreditation. FAMU is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).
- A letter of intent to apply for NSA designation as a Center of Academic Excellence for Information Assurance Education (CAE/IAE) & acknowledgement of the Florida A&M University Center for Secure Computing and Information Assurance (FCSCIA), by the Dean of Arts & Sciences of FAMU, Dr. Ralph W. Turner.
A. Shared Curriculum.
- Letter of Support from Tallahassee Community College's (TCC) 6th President, Dr. Jim Murdaugh, pledging the institution's support for the Information Assurance Program at FAMU.
- Letter of Support from Tallahassee Community College's (TCC) 5th President, Dr. William D. Law, addressed to National Science Foundation (NSF) in support of strengthening and expanding information forensics research and education by partnering with FAMU.
- Letter from Amos P. Godby High School (K-12), Tallahassee, FL, documenting shared IA materials and high school faculty/student participation in summer IA workshops.
|B. Reciprocity of Credits. |
- FAMU subscribes to the Articulation Agreement between the State University System and the Florida State Community College System. Under this agreement, graduates of Florida public state/community colleges are eligible for admission to non-limited access programs at a state university if they have completed the university parallel program and have received the associate of arts degree and will receive priority admission over out-of-state students. Documentation includes Statement of Articulation Agreement in FAMU Course Catalog:
|C. Sponsorship/Participation in Cyber Defense/Forensics Exercises within 3 years of |
- FAMU Collaborates with Internal Revenue Service for the Third Annual Criminal Investigations Forensic Accounting Workshop (2006-2009)
|D. CAE Collaboration. |
- Fulbright Scholars from Iraq studying at Florida State University visit FAMU CIS department (August 23, 2011)
- Dr. Ernest McDuffie's visit to FSU/FAMU (Document/Email) - (December 16, 2011)
|E. Community Outreach. Sponsor community events such as cybersecurity education for local schools, adult education centers, senior centers, etc. |
- Summer 2011 C-STEM/BIACC Workshop for Leon County High School Teachers and Students - (June 13-16, 2011) (Dr. Chi, Dr. Evans, Dr. Jones, Ms. Chatmon, Dr. Dix-Richardson)
- "Global Security Pre-College Summer Institute" Guest Speaker - (June 13, 2011) (Ms. Chatmon)
- Guest Speakers - Career Day at James A. Shanks Middle School, Quincy, FL on May 26, 2011
- Letter from Amos P. Godby High School (K-12) documenting shared IA materials and hight school faculty/student participation in summer IA workshops.