North Dakota covers schools' entry fees for national cyber competition
The state's IT agency will cover entry fees for up to 25 schools interested in joining the U.S. Air Force's nationwide CyberPatriot competition.
Air Force’s Digital University prepares for launch with a focus on ‘tactical operators’
The Air Force's new "Digital University" is free for all airmen and civilians working in the department to learn more about cyber, IT and other technical training.
Air Force considers ‘hybrid model’ for bug bounties on classified systems
There's no point in classifying a system if adversaries can easily hack it, said Air Force's Will Roper.
Working from home has changed the way the Air Force shops for new IT
Now, vendors are only a video call away, any day of the week.
Why Georgia State's new cybersecurity workforce program is different
Cybersecurity degree programs and workforce initiatives are sprouting up around academia, but organizers of a new Georgia State University mentorship program say its focus on evidence-based research is unique.
Colorado State University Global launches online bachelor's degree in cybersecurity
The new, fully online program aims to prepare students for emerging job opportunities in cybersecurity.
Virginia Tech launches online coding, cybersecurity bootcamps
The 26-week bootcamps, held in partnership with Fullstack Academy, will teach students how to protect networks and become full-stack web developers.
Air Force wants to reserve its cyber experts for big jobs while AI plays defense
The Air Force sees defensive cyber measures as the best place to start when it comes to using artificial intelligence.
Senate bill would let National Guard cross state lines remotely for cyber assistance
The new bill would allow the Army and Air Force to create pilot programs in which one state's National Guard unit could help another's respond to cyberattack.