COVID-19 has caused devastating unemployment. Moody’s estimates it could take until 2024 to recover the 22 million jobs lost. A highly motivated workforce is now stuck at home with no work.  

The city of Sacramento saw this as an opportunity.

There, same as so many other locations across the country, cybersecurity jobs remain unfilled. In fact, the growth in work-from-home increased the cyberthreats facing businesses and exacerbated the ongoing struggle to find a trained workforce to meet demand for cyber skills.  

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