Corporate Engagement

THE ICDT CONSORTIUM MEMBERS 

Furthering the land grant mission, ICDT works with companies operating in Ohio, and beyond, to develop academic, research and outreach programs to educate students on cutting edge developments within the cybersecurity field and to meet cybersecurity staffing needs. ICDT strives for meaningful engagement with companies to ensure relevancy and availability to our community’s cyber and trust needs. The ICDT Consortium enables companies to come together to support the educational, charitable and research purposes of the ICDT. Consortium members provide an annual gift to ICDT through the University Foundation. The following engagement opportunities were identified and are being established in collaboration with the 2023 ICDT Consortium membership.   

Consortium Engagement Opportunities: 

  • Build a community of employers for cybersecurity positions and/or products 

  • Learn from the newest research from Ohio State  

  • Industry benchmarking: Forum at consortium meetings for partners to share their advancements and challenges 

  • Advanced notice to attend both the annual ICDT Industry Symposium and Research Symposium 

Silver Members ($5K): 

  • Company name and logo placement on website 

  • Introduction to faculty who teach cybersecurity courses in a variety of different departments. 

Gold Members ($10K): 

All of the Silver member benefits plus: 

  • Company name and logo placement on monthly e-newsletters 

  • Opportunities to attend networking events with students (1 per semester) 

  • Special project opportunities, such as creating a skills bootcamp for students to meet goals of the consortium’s design 

  • Providing real time input on the type of problems and technologies students should learn to be effective in the industry upon entry 

  • Company name and logo placement on website 

  • Introduction to faculty who teach cybersecurity courses in a variety of different departments. 

The Institute for Cyber Security and Digital Trust (ICDT) strives to ensure engagement with external companies who aptly share knowledge and resources to advance the mission of the institute. These partners ensure relevancy and availability to our community’s cyber and trust needs. 

 

EXTERNAL INDUSTRY NEEDS 

Furthering the land grant mission, ICDT plans to work with companies operating in Ohio to develop academic, research and outreach programs to educate students on cutting edge developments within the cybersecurity field and to meet Ohio’s cybersecurity staffing needs. 

ICDT members have been meeting with Ohio companies to discern their needs.  This list includes:

External Industry Needs

JOINING THE ICDT CONSORTIUM 

To start the memberhship process, please contact icdt@osu.edu and discuss your level of membership. Members may join on a rolling basis, renewed every 12 months. 

Consortium Members

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