2017 saw the rise of economic initiatives intending to boost and benefit from cybersecurity.
Following a pair of data breaches that potentially exposed highly sensitive student and employee information, the chief digital officer at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business has reportedly stepped down.
Pro-ISIS hackers illegally accessed a web hosting provider and defaced the websites of roughly 800 U.S. schools on Monday, according to various news reports.
Engility Holdings and the Center for Cyber Safety and Education are offering a scholarship program to help returning veterans gain cybersecurity certifications to reenter the workforce.
A University of Kansas student was expelled from the school after allegedly changing his grades from an F to and A using information he obtained via a keystroke logger.
Prospective Newcastle University students are being scammed into handing over details and making payments for fake courses.
The program, an effort to build New York’s tech ecosystem by delivering a wider pool of skilled workers to tech companies, is funded by a $3.9 million grant under the Obama administration’s $150 million TechHire Initiative.
Companies should take notice of what motivates millennials to take advantage of the next generation of cyber talent to fill the employment gap.