ICMCP Texas Chapter 



ICMCP is here!  We are very much looking forward to seeing you soon!  We have lots of plans in-the-works, and hope you’ll join us in helping make ICMCP Texas strong & productive, and join us in support our MISSION…

“Achieving the consistent representation of women and minorities in cybersecurity through programs designed to foster recruitment, inclusion and retention – one person at a time.”


Over the coming months, we will be adding information and events to our Chapter page – we hope you’ll keep checking in!  AND we welcome your ideas & input. Let’s build outreach, inclusion and retention, TOGETHER!


September 29, 2021 at 5:30 PM CDT

Social engineering (SE) is an attack vector employed by cybercriminals, where they  utilize persuasion and manipulation of human behavior and psychology to convince individuals to reveal information, provide access or perform an action that can then be used to initiate and/or maintain cyberattacks. SE is becoming extremely relevant in cyberattacks. Approximately 70% of US organizations experienced SE attacks in 2017 and financial losses resulting from these attacks were estimated at $2.23 billion in 2019. Despite the prominent role of SE, it is downplayed in the cybersecurity curriculum at institutions of higher education.

In this talk, Dr. Rege shares her experience with designing cybersecurity experiential learning projects that emphasize the human factor in cyberattacks & security via SE. It offers a brief introduction to SE, how SE can be implemented in the classroom, and the role of ethics in teaching SE. The talk also covers Dr. Rege and her team’s efforts to scale these projects and make them accessible to a wider community of students and educators.

Aunshul Rege, PhD, Associate Professor, Temple University
Bennett Hendrix III, President, ICMCP Texas Chapter

Register here


May 26, 2021 at 5:30 PM CDT
ICMCP Engage | Tech Talk: Digital Forensic Essentials

Speaker: Beverly Benson

Have questions?  Please let us know how we can help – we’re here…in Texas!

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