CYBER.ORG empowers educators to teach cyber confidently, resulting in students with the skills and passion needed to succeed in the cyber workforce.
Empowering Educators to Teach Cyber
CYBER.ORG believes K-12 cyber education is the key to solving the cyber workforce shortage.
Provide Cyber Education Resources
The most effective way to support teachers is through curricula, training, and resources.
Build Education Pipeline
By supporting K-12, we can build a steady stream of students prepared to enter cybersecurity programs and jobs.
Solve Cyber Workforce Shortage
Currently, the demand for cybersecurity talent is outpacing the supply. By 2022, 1.8 million cyber jobs are projected to be unfilled.*
Short, classroom-friendly videos covering the basics of staying safe online.
Social media can be a great way to connect with family and friends, but also comes with some risks. Here are some tips for staying safe.
Cybersecurity employers need talent from many different disciplines.
Clubs and camps build soft skills like teamwork and communication alongside hands-on experiences.
Learn about required degrees, salary, and the daily tasks of cyber employees.
Earning accreditations for your future cyber career can begin as early as middle or high school.