TopGolf Outings – D.C. and Tampa, FL
Whether you’re an aspiring golf pro or just learning, an outing at TopGolf is perfect for every level to get in on the game. The Center for Cyber Safety and Education is excited to announce our very own TopGolf outing at a premiere entertainment and event venue. Join us Tuesday, June 13th at TopGolf Loudon and Wednesday, October 18th at TopGolf Tampa for fun, but laid back events. And if you’re not into golfing, you’ll still be able to get into the fun and can join us for the party!
New to TopGolf? Take a look at the fun here!
The Center was proud to be part of this year’s (ISC)² CyberSecureGov in Washington, D.C. that welcomed Paul Rosenzweig, an accomplished writer and speaker with a national reputation in cyber security and homeland security, to the conference. Mr. Rosenzweig is the founder of Red Brand Consulting PLLC, a homeland security consulting company, and a Senior Advisor to The Chertoff Group. He formally served as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy in the Department of Homeland Security.
The Center also hosted a successful silent auction to help raise funds to make the cyber world a safer place for everyone! Thank you for all those that participated and stopped by to see us!
RSA Conference 2017
The Center was invited to participate in the CyberSafety Village at the 2017 RSA Conference in San Francisco! It was an eventful week discussing the Safe and Secure Online program with attendees in the Village along with television spots on RSAC-TV and our Safe and Secure Online Orientation. We look forward to coming back once again next year!
2016 (ISC)² Security Congress
Security Congress, hosted in Orlando, FL in September, was the official launch of Garfield’s Cyber Safety Adventures and was a great success! Check out some photos on (ISC)²’s official Facebook page.
Jim Davis Educator’s Event
Educators and Organizations from throughout the Orlando area gathered for a rare opportunity to meet Jim Davis (and Garfield, too!) to learn about our partnership with Paws, Inc. in September. The Orlando Sentinel even covered the story!