Six states to develop data-driven workforce strategies

With support from the National Governors Association and Strada Education Network, states will use consumer data to design education and training programs.

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Alan Paller, founder of the SANS Institute, says a "cyber pandemic" threatens national security and the only solution is to train more professionals.

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A new state-funded program seeks to shrink the gap in the IT security workforce by offering digital forensics and cybersecurity training.

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The department is looking for current employees who have served in leadership roles and want to lead its information technology community.

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The Indianapolis-based university targets professionals already in the workforce seeking new skills and career advancement.

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His plan would use wellness and achievement data to better understand the risks that Los Angeles youth face on a day-to-day basis.

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Estonia hosted its first “summer school” for 80 diplomats who work on cyber issues from 26 NATO and EU countries last week as part of its efforts to get cyber diplomats up to speed on international norms and technical developments in cyberspace.

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Programs like San Diego State University's degree in cybersecurity management highlight a growing demand for interdisciplinary cybersecurity skills.

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The Maryland Department of Information Technology is the first state agency to take advantage of the regional program serving hundreds of organizations.

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Michigan’s extraordinary network of research universities continues to produce an abundance of skilled high-tech professionals.

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The trade association and the Trump administration say they want to improve the skills of hundreds of thousands of IT workers nationwide.

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