CyberWire

For Support Of Cybersecurity Podcasts

  • Amount
    $25,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    7/2/2020
  • Term
    12 Months
  • Type of Support
    Project
Overview
A grant to the CyberWire will support the recording, editing, and publication of 20 podcast episodes for two of its newest podcasts: Caveat and Career Notes. Caveat is the CyberWire’s weekly law and policy podcast, focusing on surveillance and digital privacy. Career Notes is a weekly look inside the diverse and fascinating worlds of cybersecurity professionals around the globe to hear their personal stories in their own words. As a leading information and cybersecurity podcast, the CyberWire is a platform that decision makers in government, civil society, academia, and the private sector seek out to learn more about cybersecurity policy. This grant is aligned with the Cyber Initiative’s substrategy to support the development of infrastructure to translate and disseminate the work of these institutions that can be understood and used by decision makers and the public.
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8110 Maple Lawn Blvd, Suite 200, Fulton, MD, 20759, United States
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for support of the CyberWire research podcast  
A grant to Pratt Street Media will support the CyberWire Research Saturday Podcast, which features top cybersecurity research to listeners at no cost to them.
for support of cybersecurity podcasts  
A grant to the CyberWire will support the recording, editing, and publication of 20 podcast episodes for two of its newest podcasts: Caveat and Career Notes. Caveat is the CyberWire’s weekly law and policy podcast, focusing on surveillance and digital privacy. Career Notes is a weekly look inside the diverse and fascinating worlds of cybersecurity professionals around the globe to hear their personal stories in their own words. As a leading information and cybersecurity podcast, the CyberWire is a platform that decision makers in government, civil society, academia, and the private sector seek out to learn more about cybersecurity policy. This grant is aligned with the Cyber Initiative’s substrategy to support the development of infrastructure to translate and disseminate the work of these institutions that can be understood and used by decision makers and the public.

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