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- The Secretary's Honors Program for Cybersecurity Professionals, a two-year program that allows cyber professionals to participate in rotational assignments at various DHS component agencies to learn how each addresses cyber-related issues unique to their specific mission
- The Emerging Leaders in Cybersecurity Fellowship Program, a recruiting effort to encourage students from the nation's top graduate programs to pursue careers in public service
- The Cybersecurity Internship Program, designed to give current students an opportunity to work alongside cyber leaders at the DHS
- Certification of more than 125 institutions nationwide as National Centers for Academic Excellence to teach students valuable technical skills in various disciplines of Information Assurance
Cybersecurity is a shared responsibility, and each of us has a role to play. Emerging cyber threats require the engagement of the entire society—from government and law enforcement to the private sector and most importantly, members of the public. We hope you’ll join our efforts to protect the nation’s critical assets. Click here to learn more about cybersecurity education at DHS.