Virginia Military Institute is proud to co-host this event with Senator Mark R. Warner, the Commonwealth Cyber Initiative, and the Virginia Cyber Range.
This invitation-only event combines a collegiate cyber competition with learning and career opportunities that emphasize Cyber Fusion. Commonwealth Cyber Fusion is co-hosted by Virginia Military Institute, Senator Mark R. Warner, the Commonwealth Cyber Initiative, and the Virginia Cyber Range.
A National Priority
Cybersecurity is one of the nation’s and Commonwealth’s top priorities. For Virginia to continue leading in this rapidly evolving space, we need to develop a sustainable talent pipeline capable of providing skilled, industry-ready workers to meet this increasing demand. Cyber Fusion is the organized integration of data and tools from disparate sources of support for secure and resilient system lifecycles.
Recruit Your Cyber Security Workforce
Feature your company to join us as a sponsor and participate in our cybersecurity career fair!
We have a limited number of spaces available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
We anticipate 150 of the best and brightest cyber security students in Virginia to attend. The two-day event includes a job fair, speakers and panels, a networking dinner, and half-day capture-the-flag (CTF) style Cyber Competition designed and hosted by the Virginia Cyber Range. The job fair and employer panel will take place on Feb. 25.
For information on becoming a corporate co-host, contact Kim Connolly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 540-464-7740.
Link to various Cyber Fusion event resources:
- 2022 Cyber Fusion Photos, 2022 Cyber Fusion Program, and videos of the keynote and employer panel.
- 2020 Cyber Fusion Photos
- 2019 Cyber Fusion Print Program, 2019 Cyber Photos which features the schedule, participating school names/logos, the sponsor listing, and speaker bios. We also have speaker videos on our YouTube playlist featuring an employer panel and keynote speaker Chris Wysopal.
- 2018 Cyber Fusion Print Program which features the schedule, participating school names/logos, the sponsor listing, and speaker bios. We also have speaker our keynote speaker video on our YouTube channel featuring Thomas Rid, professor of Strategic Studies at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies.
- Inaugural Year! 2017 Cyber Fusion Print Program and links to speaker videos on our YouTube playlist featuring Karen Jackson, former Virginia Secretary of Technology and an expert panel featuring Lt. Col. Bakich, Ph. D., VMI and moderator; Dr. Brantly from West Point, and Teresa Carlson, Vice President, Amazon Web Services.
Thank You CyberFusion Sponsors