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Universities can't expect to grow cyber workforce with 'antiquated methods'

by Benjamin Freed

At the Hack the Capitol conference, speakers said filling out the cyber workforce can't wait for everyone to complete an advanced degree.

U. Missouri to develop cyber brain for 'smart' devices

by Emily Bamforth

Researchers plan to develop an add-on device to monitor attacks and adapt to emerging threats against "internet of things" devices.

U. West Florida opens cybersecurity training program for veterans

by Ryan Johnston

CyberSuccess' first cohort seeks eight veterans who will receive five months of online cybersecurity training and access to the Florida Cyber Range.

As cyber workforce gap widens, one California college receives distinction

by Betsy Foresman

Now named a Center of Academic Excellence, Long Beach City College is helping fill a workforce gap that one educator called "almost laughable."

NSA launches 2017 Codebreaker Challenge for college students

by Kate Roddy

The spy agency's annual competition simulates realistic government cybersecurity scenarios for students to analyze and resolve.

NSA recognizes two more universities for cyber programs

by Emily Tate

Virginia Tech and the University of Nebraska at Omaha join 16 other institutions designated as Centers for Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations.

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