The Michigan Cyber Civilian Corps (MiC3) is a group of trained cybersecurity experts who volunteer to provide expert assistance to enhance the State’s ability to rapidly resolve cyber incidents when activated under a Governor declared State of Emergency. The group includes volunteers from government, education, and business sectors.
The MISSION of MiC3 is to work with government, education, private sector organizations, and volunteers to create and implement a rapid response team to be activated under a Governor declared cyber State of Emergency and to provide mutual aid to government, education, and business organizations in the State of Michigan.
A Mutually Beneficial Relationship
Team members benefit in several ways-
Employers benefit by supporting employee participation in the MiC3-
Requirements for Membership
Membership is open to information security professionals who are residents of the state of Michigan. Applicants should have at least 2 years of direct involvement with information security, preferably security operations, incident response and/or digital or network forensics. Applicants must also have a basic security certification (ANSI-certified/DOD 8570 compliant certifications such as Security+, C|EH, CISSP, or GIAC certifications are strongly preferred). Applicants will also be required to pass a series of tests to demonstrate basic knowledge of networking and security concepts, as well as basic IR and forensics skills. Because of the time commitment (up to 10 days/year for training and exercises), applicants must provide evidence of employer support. Successful applicants will also be subject to background screening and sign a confidential disclosure agreement. If you would like to be part of the team, please click the link below to apply!
MiC3 at the 2016 North American International Cyber Summit with Governor Rick Snyder.