Rising through the ranks is a time-honored tradition, but it’s often shunned by those who move straight into white collar roles instead of entry-level jobs.
This summer, more than 100 free GenCyber camps will be opened around the nation for hundreds of middle and high school students who want to learn about cybersecurity.
In a tight labor market, more and more companies are building up employee training efforts.
As businesses and government agencies race to seal their Web portals and prevent intrusions, they’re constantly searching for employees with the skills to thwart attacks by increasingly sophisticated thieves. Educating the next generation of cyber security experts is a challenge, one being tackled by universities large and small.
Fake components have become a major headache for system companies in recent years.
Politicians at every level cite the benefits of improving highways and other elements of the infrastructure, but some states are focusing on building their digital infrastructure as a pathway for long-term vibrancy.
Throughout the United States, government agencies are supporting advanced manufacturing with a multi-pronged attack.