Cyber Ambassador Program.Apply to represent your industry and encourage young people to take up valuable careers in cyber security.

Workforce Development

The shortage of cyber security skills in NSW is acute and is affecting Government institutions and industry. Working with TAFEs and universities the NSWCSN will help ensure the state is producing graduates who can address industry-defined skills gaps.

The NSWCSN workforce development program is developing a cyber security talent pipeline in NSW. We are offering support for schools in the form of:

  • Additional teaching support and resources tailored to individual schools
  • A ‘cyber ambassador’ program to connect cyber security professionals and early-career graduates with high school students.

So, if your school needs extra help with teaching cyber/STEM subjects, or if you think you, or someone you know, will be a great ambassador for cyber careers, please apply!

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New ‘cyber voucher’ program boosts R&D capability for NSW small businesses

Fri 5th April 2019

A new $500,000 ‘cyber voucher’ program, supported by the NSW Government through the NSW Cyber Security Network (NSWCSN), will help small- and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) access cutting-edge university research.

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TAS Faculty teacher Suzanne from Belmont High receives MicroBIT GO kits

NSW High Schools welcome NSWCSN support for digital curricula

Thu 7th March 2019

NSWCSN Workforce Development Manager Sarah Box has been busy responding to requests from NSW high schools for teaching infrastructure to help them deliver digital curricula.

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