The threats facing the DoD’s classified and unclassified information are on the rise as nation states attempt to outmaneuver US innovation in commercial and defense of the nation related technologies. Interns will work alongside MISI staff to assist DoD defense industrial base companies to understand and comply with DoD cybersecurity policies.
In this track, the intern will the fundamentals of security operations center functions, tools and daily operational processes and techniques through the MISI cloud based live SOC environment. Interns will analyze possible threats, establish courses of action to mitigate real cyber threats found on target networks, develop visualizations and so much more!
In this track, interns will learn about the systems, software and technology that control functions of everyday life including manufacturing, medicine, the energy grid, water supply and even weapon systems! Interns will be exposed virtually to the MISI Industrial Control Lab and Cyber Range to be introduced operational technology such as programmable logic controllers, human machine interfaces and actuators.
To apply to the MISI Academy CAE-C Program students must:
Network Administration/Security, Data Science, Applications Security, Information Assurance, Network Engineering, Systems Engineering, Software Engineering (Python, C, C++, Assembly language, embedded programming), Data Communications (or equivalent), Database Security, Computer and Network Forensics (or equivalent). A recent certification (within 2 years) from an industry recognized cybersecurity professional trade organization (e.g., EC-Council, CompTIA, (ISC)2) may substitute for a course.
Completed Applications will consist of:
Preference will be given to: