CPHC is working with the support of The UK Cabinet Office and BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT to help its members implement new criteria for including cybersecurity principles and learning outcomes within computing science and IT related degrees.
So far our efforts have reached over 66 universities and nearly 160 programme leaders and lecturers in a series of workshops lead by (ISC)², the world’s leading international association of certified cyber, information, software and infrastructure security professionals. They have also prompted the development of a growing repository of resources available for your teaching staff and an ongoing community effort to support teaching in this area.
To learn more about these developments from CPHC Chair Carsten Maple and the ‘Lunch and Learn’ Webinar on Curriculum Development, see the (ISC)² page. You’ll also find case studies, references, and the Principles and Learning Outcomes developed as a guide for course designers and accreditors.