I Am The Cavalry volunteers are frequently cited in the news and are active at leading cybersecurity conferences around the world. The Cavalry also works behind the scenes running simulations and tabletop exercises, offering trainings, and participating in government task forces to inform and improve security for all. 

Latest News

I Am The Cavalry co-founder Josh Corman spoke to Nextgov about what the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is working on to ensure better cybersecurity in the health sector.
I Am The Cavalry’s Beau Woods and Bryson Bort told The Washington Post "Cybersecurity 202" author Joseph Marks that cybersecurity awareness is not enough for keeping safe online.
I Am The Cavalry co-founder Josh Corman joined the "Hack the Plant" podcast hosted by Cavalry member and R Street Institute senior fellow Bryson Bort. The episode covered the pandemic, recent ransomware attacks on healthcare systems, and much more.
News recently broke of the first death directly resulting from a cyberattack after a German hospital experienced a ransomware incident and was unable to accept emergency patients.

Events

CONFERENCE TRACKS

Cavalry members help organize tracks at leading cybersecurity conferences.

VILLAGES AND SIMULATIONS

The Cavalry organizes villages and simulations that offer experiential learning. 

TABLETOPS AND TRAININGS

The Cavalry works with government organizations and civil society to conduct trainings and tabletop exercises.

TASK FORCES AND WORKING GROUPS

Cavalry members provide technical expertise and help translate complex issues on task forces and working groups.