Who do the clinics help?
Each clinic specializes in different areas with different focuses. Visit our About page to learn more.
What services do the clinics offer?
Each Consortium Clinic operates independently and focuses on unique audience and service specialties. Services could include vulnerability and risk assessments, cybersecurity policy templates, incident response plans, penetration testing, ransomware training, NIST and CMMC certifications, and more!
Who works in the clinics?
Clinics have faculty directors with student workers. Each student is specially trained to provide top-of-the-line service and assessment.
Why do I need to worry about cybersecurity?
As technology grows more important, so do does protecting our data and devices from attackers. Data breaches and malware can be fatal to a business’s success.
How do I open a cybersecurity clinic?
We are looking to expand our members! We believe that universities have a social responsibility to improve society, and transfer information out to their communities. Cybersecurity has an impact on everyone’s lives, perhaps more directly than other technical disciplines, and that teaching cybersecurity without doing it is a mistake, hands-on experience to connect textbook learning to on-the-job experience with real-world problems is the best way to prepare professionals and gives students a chance to work for and with the community. If interested, please reach out to us and visit our Resources page.