Sending Office: Honorable James R. Langevin
Sent By:


The Congressional Career and Technical Education Caucus and

The Congressional Cybersecurity Caucus

Invite you to a briefing on


Building a Culture of Security: Integrating Cyber into

Career and Technical Education

Thursday, July 25


Cannon Building Room 122


In critical infrastructure sectors – whether it’s telecommunications, agriculture or healthcare – a workforce with basic cybersecurity skills is essential to our public safety. As critical infrastructure systems have become increasingly Internet-enabled,
or “smart,” malicious cyber actors have targeted them, often with serious consequences.

All critical infrastructure workers, from skilled tradespeople to health technicians and advanced manufacturers, must understand their roles in keeping our systems secure; however, the career and technical education (CTE)
programs that train them rarely incorporate any cybersecurity education. We invite you to join the Congressional CTE and Cybersecurity Caucuses for an expert discussion on the importance of integrating cybersecurity education in CTE programs for operators
of cyber physical systems. 



Dr. Davina Pruitt-Mentle, National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education, NIST

Howard Penrose, Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals

Kevin Nolten, Cyber Innovation Center

Kurt John, Siemens USA

Sean Lyngaas, CyberScoop, Moderator


To RSVP or for additional information, please contact Kerry McKittrick with Congressman Langevin at or 202-225-2735.

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