About California Cyberhub

The California Cyberhub is a virtual, neutral, nimble on-line organization that is a collaboration of public higher education, K-12, government, business and military working to enable a future workforce of ethical cybersecurity experts in California.

Support is through an online and growing Knowledge Base of best practices, operational and startup procedures and checklists for cyber teams and competitions. It also includes a vibrant community of volunteer advisors and mentors to assist schools and communities in cultivating cyber training programs. The California Cyberhub also acts as a matching service to connect community need with the many available support funding sources.

The California Cyberhub concept was developed with funding from the California Tech Hire Academy grant, provided by Vice Chancellor Van Ton-Quinlivan, under the California Community Colleges Doing What Matters for Jobs and the Economy program. Subsequently, with influence from the Governor's office GoBiz department, it has become a self sustaining organization funded by California public education, government and business.

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The California Cyberhub is a collaboration of individuals from education, government, business and professional associations. These include K-12, California Community Colleges, California State Universities, CompTIA, Hewlett Packard, Amazon, Best Buy, CA Department of Technology, CA Office of Emergency Service, Governor’s office and others.

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