NSF Research Security Training Modules: Research Security Training

The U.S. National Science Foundation has launched four interactive online research security training modules, now available to researchers and institutions across the U.S. These modules are designed to facilitate principled international collaboration in an open, transparent, and secure environment that safeguards the nation’s research ecosystem. Fueled by the “CHIPS and Science Act of 2022,” these training modules provide researchers with clear guidelines and effective strategies to protect against existing and emerging research security threats. The modules also reinforce NSF’s commitment to President Biden’s priorities to strengthen protections of U.S. government-supported research as outlined in the National Security Presidential Memorandum – 33.

Presenters:

Sarah Stalker-Lehoux, Deputy Chief of Research Security Strategy and Policy, NSF

Date:

Friday, March 29, 2024