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T-ATP serves youth in marginalized communities from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs), Community Colleges, and students preparing to enter or advance in the cybersecurity workforce. We are committed to exposing these communities to all facets of cybersecurity education.
T-ATP employs kinesthetic cohort-style learning in the following areas: Web Exploitation, Reverse Engineering (RE), Binary Exploitation (Pwn), Forensics, and Cryptography.
In our first year, we would like to identify and train twenty program participants within the T-ATP curriculum.
We want to strengthen our community partnerships by adding up to ten organizations that specialize in researching systemic exclusion in cybersecurity education by the end of 2025.
To establish working relationships with policymakers to provide equitable cybersecurity education to all.