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SecureSet | January 02, 2017
A Denver-based cybersecurity training program is expanding to Colorado Springs with a 36-week class that begins Jan. 30 and is targeted at local veterans and other technology professionals who want to move into the fast-growing industry. The SecureSet Academy training program, called the CORE Technical Bootcamp, is designed to prepare workers to get jobs that pay annual salaries between $60,000 and $85,000 in an industry that is expected to have up to 1.5 million unfilled jobs within two years, ...
Infosecurity Magazine | June 28, 2018
SecureSet Academy today announced the acquisition of HackEd, a provider of hands-on cybersecurity training for technical professionals, a deal which will advance SecureSet’s expansion of immersive cybersecurity education programs in the Washington, D.C., metro area. According to CyberSeek, the metro Washington area has the highest concentration of unmet cybersecurity talent in the country, with more than 43,200 unfilled cybersecurity jobs. “There are many individuals looking for the ...
Technology Decision | January 13, 2020
Accenture’s security arm is set to get a boost with the anticipated acquisition of Symantec’s Cyber Security Services business.The professional services firm has agreed to buy Symantec’s Cyber Security Services business from Broadcom in a bid to enhance its ability to help companies prepare for, detect and respond to cyber threats, Accenture said. Symantec’s portfolio of cybersecurity services includes global threat monitoring and analysis through a network of security op...
Kotov | January 13, 2020
Computer updates can be confusing, but the newest Microsoft Windows update is vital to keep you online information safe. The end of Microsoft 7 support will actually take place on Jan.14.While may seem harmless not to update your computer, it will actually open you up to things like viruses and hacking."If you don't upgrade to Windows 10, then over time security vulnerabilities will be found in Window 7 and since Microsoft is no longer offering support they won't be making patches f...
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