The purpose of the InfraGard Journal is to advance the conversation on critical infrastructure protection by providing an academic forum to share ideas. To contribute to this important national discussion, the InfraGard National Board of Directors is now seeking submissions for the June 2019 edition of the journal. More information on the call for papers (CFP) follows. Thank you in advance to all submitting authors.
The InfraGard National Board of Directors sincerely thanks the authors below for submitting their work and contributing to the national discussion and work of protecting our nation’s critical infrastructure.
Volume 2, June 2019Infragard Journal Volume 2 - call for papers
Volume 1, Fall 2018
Applying Competency-Based Learning Methodologies to Cybersecurity Education and Training: Creating a Job-Ready Cybersecurity Workforce
Alan B. Watkins, David H. Tobey, Ph.D., and Casey W. O’Brien
InfraGard Critical Infrastructure Resilience Using System Engineering Techniques
Casey Shull, PhDc, Eric Dietz, PhD, and Bob Kenley, PhD
Homeland Security and Police Militarization: a Way Forward
William Toms, Ed.D., and William Pat Schuber, JD
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