The American Space and Missile Center (USSRC) and the FBI are working together to support Cyber Camp USA. This camp is the newest of four STEM (science, technology, Engineering and Mathematics) of the camp, which will be initiated by the USSRC, an Alabama museum that displays missiles, the achievements and objects of the US program.
A MoU was signed on October 21 to support the camp by FBI Deputy Chief of Staff Paul Abbate and USSRC Executive Director and CEO Louie Ramirez.
The USSRC launched the first Cyber Camp session in the US in July 2017 with the help of Cyber Huntsville and the University of Alabama at Huntsville. Attracting American students to their fields of science computers and cyber security is the goal of the camp.
Under MoU terms, the FBI has agreed to help the USSRC develop a new program studies that will include realistic scenarios cyber attack and real responses to address and mitigate them. US Cyber Camp students will also have the opportunity to tour the FBI's Redstone Arsenal facility and learn directly from industry experts. information technology and cybersecurity.
As part of the MoU, the FBI will release information about the programs to cyberspace to the students of Cyber Camp while at the same time it will provide them with information about the prospects career and work in the FBI cyber division. The USSRC has agreed to support the FBI in its public program and in cyber-education youth initiatives.
Abbate stressed that the complexity of the cyber environment today necessitates collaboration at every level. He also expressed his pleasure at the opportunity to work with the USSRC, with the ultimate goal of cultivating a new generation of cyber talent.