CyberUSA is a ‘community of communities' focused on a common mission purpose of enabling innovation, education, workforce development, enhanced cyber readiness and resilience - all while connecting the cyber ecosystem of the United States and its Allies. This non-profit “community of communities” is governed by its members, established to enhance information sharing between states and improve cyber resilience at all levels of participation - local, regional and national.
CyberHawaii is committed to creating a whole of community approach which mitigates cyber risk, develops educational and workforce pathways for students, and invests in innovation and economic development for a cyber secure and resilient State. Through this three prong approach, we will integrate and celebrate strides forward as one community.
Maryland is recognized as a cybersecurity leader - nationally and internationally. The state has developed cybersecurity experts, education and training programs, technology, products, systems and infrastructure. With over 10 million cyber hacks a day resulting in an annual worldwide cost of over $100 billion, the United States is at risk. Last year alone, tens of millions of Americans had their identities and their bank accounts threatened or compromised. Ensuring that our nation has the workforce, technology and resources to protect our citizens, businesses, infrastructure, intellectual property and more is of paramount importance. Maryland continues to be a leader on this front.
CSW will focus on creating a positive, unique, and highly productive unification point to further Arizona's developing leadership in cybersecurity. Cyber Southwest is an annual event, and a platform for training and education, for the region's core areas of Healthcare, Education, Government, Military, Intelligence, Law Enforcement, and Homeland Security.
CyberTexas was established to provide expanded access to security developments and resources located in Texas; provide an ongoing platform for the education and skill development of cyber professionals & job creation; build strong relationships with other U.S. and International geographies focused on cyber ecosystem development; bring national and international resources to the region to showcase Texas-based cyber assets; identify and encourage business opportunities within and outside of Texas; and create long-term value for the cyber security ecosystem of San Antonio and the State of Texas.
CyberWyoming is organized to promote the cybersecurity welfare and prosperity of the Wyoming business community with two primary programs: Wyoming's Cybersecurity Competition for Small Businesses and Registered Apprenticeship for tech and cyber professions. The Competition focuses on micro businesses without tech help and raising levels of cyber self-efficacy. It is a high touch program, over a period of months, that uses business language and behavior change strategies. CyberWyoming's sister organization, the CyberWyoming Alliance, focuses on average citizens with 4 primary programs: Senior Alerts, weekly scam alerts called the Hacker's Brief, the Cyber in a Box School Video Challenge where students are encouraged to create a cyber safety video, and the annual cybersecurity conference.