Announcing a New Community Partner!
The West Michigan Cyber Security Consortium (WMCSC) is happy to announce that the West Michigan Center for Arts + Technology (WMCAT) will be providing administrative services and support for the WMCSC in the coming years! This relationship is provided as a condition of WMCAT’s service contract with the City of Grand Rapids SmartZone Local Development Finance Authority (LDFA). By working together, the WMCSC is able to receive resources that will support the sustainable growth of our membership, activities, and events, and WMCAT will gain exposure and direct access to the cyber security professionals in our area they aim to serve.
The primary point of contact for this relationship will be Anthony Tuttle. He is the newly-installed Program Manager of The Cyber Hub at WMCAT, and in addition to running The Cyber Hub he will be dedicating a significant amount of his time to supporting the needs of the Consortium and our mutual cyber community.
In case you missed it:
WMCAT is now home to the state’s 5th Cyber Range Hub (powered by Merit Network, Inc.). As the region’s only neutrally-located cyber hub, The Cyber Hub at WMCAT will provide community-based resources for training, strengthening, and diversifying the cyber security sector here in Region 6.