Tech Training Leader INE Revolutionizes Cyber Security

prnewswire | October 21, 2020

The COVID-19 crisis has sent cyber attacks soaring 400% according to the FBI's Internet Crimes Complaint Center (IC3). At the same time, there is a severe shortage of qualified professionals to safeguard data from hackers. In response to a booming demand for cyber security experts, Information Technology leader INE is releasing an exclusive all-access Cyber Security Pass, designed to revolutionize the training and certification industry while turning aspiring InfoSec professionals into highly marketable cyber security experts.

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Cyber threats imperil America, now and for the foreseeable future. They endanger the enormous economic, social and military advances enabled by cyberspace, not only for the United States but also for the world. While a “cyber Armageddon” does not appear imminent, cyber attacks are more than a nuisance and more than criminal activity. They constitute a serious challenge to U.S. national security and demand greater attention from American leaders.

Spotlight

Cyber threats imperil America, now and for the foreseeable future. They endanger the enormous economic, social and military advances enabled by cyberspace, not only for the United States but also for the world. While a “cyber Armageddon” does not appear imminent, cyber attacks are more than a nuisance and more than criminal activity. They constitute a serious challenge to U.S. national security and demand greater attention from American leaders.

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