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NICE Webinar: What’s New - Revisions to the NICE Framework

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The PowerPoint slides used during this webinar can be downloaded here.

Speakers:

Matt Smith
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Matthew Smith
Strategic Advisor
Huntington Ingalls Industries

Pam Frugoli Resized
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Pam Frugoli
O*NET and Competency Model Team Lead
U.S. Department of Labor

Matt Isnor
Credit: Matt Isnor

 

Matt Isnor
Program Lead, Cyberspace Workforce Development
U.S. Department of Defense

Lisa Dorr
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Lisa Dorr
Senior Talent Management Strategist
Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer
Department of Homeland Security 

Ken Vrooman
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Ken Vrooman
Senior Advisor
Cyber Defense Education and Training, CISA


Synopsis:

The NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework (NICE Framework) was published as NIST Special Publication 800-181 in August 2017. Designed to be a living document, the first revision to 800-181 is underway. Over the last several months, stakeholders from academia, industry, and government have informed updates to the NICE Framework and a new revision has been released for public comments. This webinar will provide attendees with the inside scoop on proposed changes to the NICE Framework and provide instructions on how to provide feedback and suggested edits before the official revision is released in November.


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Created June 15, 2020, Updated July 23, 2020