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Whether you are interested in cybersecurity yourself or want to develop young minds who are interested in cybersecurity, the Indiana Cyber Hub is for you! Below you will find teaching resources, programs, camps, and more to get you started.


  • NEW! Cybersecurity for Education Toolkit 2.0 - To help our K-12 school communities continue to be strong and protected while staying connected, the Indiana Executive Council on Cybersecurity (IECC), together with the Indiana Department of Education (DOE) and our federal partners at the Cybersecurity Infrastructure and Security Agency (CISA), recently launched this updated, FREE-to-download guide featuring a wide range of easy-to-understand cybersecurity resources, best practices and tips for everyone, including :
    • Students of all ages and their families
    • Teachers, staff, and administrators
    • Superintendents and school board members
    • Every person who lives in our school communities
      • The toolkit is created as a PDF that can easily be saved as a Word document that will enable you to cut and paste, copy and/or repurpose all of the articles, images and social media posts in the Toolkit 2.0, as needed. We encourage everyone to use these materials and share it with your colleagues at school and your students as a turnkey resource; saving you precious time as you focus on the rapidly challenges taking place in education.
  • Cybersecurity Infrastructure and Security Agency (CISA) K-12 School Security Guide outlines action-oriented security practices and options for consideration across the K-12 school community.
  • IBM SkillsBuild
    The IBM SkillsBuild is the main vehicle to access industry cybersecurity resources for free for teaching, learning, and non-commercial research for faculty and students at accredited academic institutions across the entire state of Indiana. Resources include IBM Cloud access, software, courseware, ebooks, white papers, redbooks, and studies. In addition, the security educator guide provides a pathway to guide faculty through using the wealth of content available.
  • National Security Agency (NSA)
    • Request NSA activities, partners, and STEM fair judges for your K-12 classroom
      The National Security Agency (NSA) works with schools serving kindergarten through 12th grade in a number of ways to promote science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education. The Agency can provide professionals to serve as tutors, speakers, judges, and more to inspire students to pursue advanced studies in STEM and promote awareness of career opportunities in STEM fields.
    • Learn about NSA’s university-level research partnerships
      NSA seeks the best technical talent, not only to solve the nation's urgent intelligence problems, but to invent what hasn't been invented and concentrate on what will be needed five, 10, and 15 years down the road. NSA requires a diversity of thinkers who look at things differently. Its academic partnerships play a large role in supporting these mission needs.
    • GenCyber, a summer camp for K-12 teachers
      Our vision is for the GenCyber program to be part of the solution to the Nation's shortfall of skilled cybersecurity professionals. Ensuring that enough young people are inspired to direct their talents in this area is critical to the future of our country's national and economic security as we become even more reliant on cyber-based technology in every aspect of our daily lives. To ensure a level playing field, GenCyber camps are open to all student and teacher participants at no cost.
    This global online safety education and awareness campaign helps all digital citizens stay safer and more secure online. The research-based message was created in 2009 by an unprecedented coalition of private companies, nonprofits, and government with leadership provided by the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) and the Anti-Phishing Working Group. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security provides the federal government’s leadership for the campaign.


Interested in helping the State of Indiana develop the next cybersecurity workforce? If so, visit the Indiana Cyber Hub Workforce Development webpage.