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Christopher May
February 2017 - Video CYBER LEAPfwd (Learning & Experience Acceleration Platform)

Topics: Workforce Development

Authors: Christopher May

Watch Chris May in this Cyber Minute as he discusses "CYBER LEAPfwd", a new educational platform aimed at the next generation of cybersecurity professionals.

January 2016 - Article CYBURGH, PA: Solving the Workforce Shortfall in Cybersecurity

Topics: Cyber Risk and Resilience Management, Workforce Development

Authors: Christopher May

In this teQ Magazine article, Chris May discusses how the cybersecurity workforce shortage hampers our ability to deal with cyberattacks and data breaches.

October 2015 - Presentation Human Factors Session Opening Remarks

Authors: Christopher May

Critical issues include mission readiness certification, limitations of capacity to analyze large data sets, leaks of sensitive and classified information

August 2013 - Webinar Developing Your Cyber Workforce

Topics: Workforce Development

Authors: Christopher May

In this 2013 webinar, Chris May discusses ways to research and develop solutions approaching the cyber workforce development challenge.

December 2010 - Technical Report The CERT Approach to Cybersecurity Workforce Development

Topics: Workforce Development

Authors: Josh Hammerstein, Christopher May

This report describes a model commonly used for developing and maintaining a competent cybersecurity workforce, explains some operational limitations associated with that model, and presents a new approach to cybersecurity workforce development.

February 2009 - Podcast Better Incident Response Through Scenario Based Training

Topics: Incident Management

Authors: Christopher May, Julia H. Allen

In this podcast, Christopher May explains how teams are better prepared to respond to incidents if realistic, hands-on training is part of their normal routine.

September 2006 - Handbook Defense-in-Depth: Foundations for Secure and Resilient Enterprises

Topics: Cyber Risk and Resilience Management

Authors: Christopher May, Josh Hammerstein, Kristopher Rush, Jeff Mattson

In this handbook, the authors provide the definitive collection of materials from the 2006 Defense-in-Depth Foundational Curriculum course.

March 2004 - Handbook Advanced Information Assurance Handbook

Topics: Network Situational Awareness, Software Assurance

Authors: Christopher May, Michele Baker, Derek Gabbard, Travis Good, Galen Grimes, Mark Holmgren, Richard Nolan, Robert Nowak, Sean Pennline

This handbook helps technical staff members who are charged with administering and securing information systems and networks.