In the education and training world, curricular guidance documents (sometimes called content standards), help educators ensure they are teaching what needs to be taught.
To help address a lack of “industrial-ness” in cybersecurity curricular guidance, Idaho State University (ISU) teamed up with Idaho National Laboratory (INL) and the International Society of Automation (ISA) to solicit input from industrial cybersecurity experts.
The result is the industrial cybersecurity knowledge survey.
The output will be a consensus-based curricular guidance document. We also plan to release an analysis of the data, a description of how the survey came to be, and the raw data for anyone to review.
The survey is open through the first week of February. If you haven’t taken it, do it now!