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CCOE fulfills its aims through a number of programs and initiatives. These stimulate economic growth by building the cyber industry, as well as foster a safe and secure cyber environment region-wide.

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About Us

A Growing Cybersecurity Ecosystem

The Cyber Center of Excellence is a non-profit dedicated to accelerating the region’s cyber economy and positioning it as a global hub of cyber innovation. By capitalizing on San Diego’s unique strengths in this expanding and future-oriented field, CCOE aims to grow the regional economy by:

  • Attracting and nurturing talent
  • Creating new business opportunities
  • Fostering collaboration in the cyber community

While founded by a collection of world-class cyber organizations with operations in San Diego, CCOE is open to any company with a stake in our regional cyber economy. We invite you to join industry leaders including Booz Allen Hamilton, City of San Diego, Deloitte, ESET, FBI, FICO, Lockton, Port of San Diego, Qualcomm, San Diego Regional Airport Authority, Sharp Healthcare and the U.S. Navy’s Naval Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) to move the needle on challenges and opportunities facing the industry.

San Diego’s Cyber Economy by the Numbers

Rising job growth and economic impact coupled with a robust talent pool

San Diego's Cyber Economy by the Numbers Infographic
2021 Annual Report
San Diego Cyber Incident Response Guide October 2017

Source: CCOE and San Diego Regional EDC’s Securing the Future: AI and San Diego’s Cyber Industry Study, June 2021

*Since CCOE’s 2019 San Diego Cybersecurity Industry Economic Impact Study

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