• Chad Nelley, Chairman, ESET Foundation, Inc. (dba SOeC); EVP, Operations ESET NA
• Liz Fraumann, Executive Director, Securing Our eCity Foundation

Segment 1 – ESET Foundation Businesses and their Future Staff
Why business should care about cyber and our youth. Looking at job availability, and the cyber-landscape in the San Diego area?

Segment 2 – “Make it Stick”
On a prior episode, Cyberhub Interim Director, Scott Young shared that schools are beginning to pick up the baton and talk about Cyber. Business leaders in the region ask “what’s in it for us?” What can be done to make the SMB community believe they need to care about cyber?
What value do Interns offer? Cyber challenge participants can get Internships and Credits towards graduation, and it can apply towards “community service” hours.

Segment 3 – Volunteerism for Your Cyber Professionals and Hiring Interns
ESET Foundation’s policy on hiring interns. Supporting company staff volunteering to help with cyber programs.

Segment 4 – THE SOeC Cyber Boot Camp
We have the SOeC Cyber Boot Camp on 18-22 June, exclusive for Varsity team finalists from 2018 SoCal Cyber Cup Challenge. Watch email or send a note to info@securingourecity.org for details.

1 ESET Foundation Businesses and their Future Staff
2 “Make it Stick”
3 Volunteerism for Your Cyber Professionals and Hiring Interns
4 THE SOeC Cyber Boot Camp