As a society, we’ve worked for decades to find better ways to educate young minds about traditional and financial literacy. But one form of literacy continues to become more important yet fails to garner attention in schools: cybersecurity. Much of the world now exists in a digital space. From the time most children enter
In our increasingly digital world, a lack of cybersecurity professionals can be incredibly dangerous. And at this moment, that unwelcome scenario is our reality. There's a global shortage of about 4 million cybersecurity workers, and the need for these professionals increases every day. Once we acknowledge there is a gap, then the conversation turns
The National Cybersecurity Center held seven CyberPatriot Cyber Camps this summer. Six camps were in-person and one camp was virtual. Over 100 students took part in the camps this year! Watch the recap video here.
Cybersecurity is one of the foremost concerns in our world today. However, this reality is juxtaposed with a deficit in cybersecurity education. To meet the workforce demands of the modern era in a world that increasingly values and requires cybersecurity expertise, we must make cybersecurity education a priority for K-12 students and a responsibility for
NCC was thrilled to join the New Cyber Frontier Podcast in-studio in June. With exciting Cyber Education initiatives like the NCC Student Alliance, a student organization focused on K-12 cybersecurity education, the mission is to directly tackle the urgent demand for trained cybersecurity talent in the workplace by providing curriculum and nationally recognized certification
Students trained for cyber jobs, web safety This article originally appeared on KOAA, authored by Patrick Nelson. COLORADO SPRINGS — A senior official with the U.S. Secret Service estimates $30 billion in stimulus funds will be stolen through coronavirus scams. Most of this money is stolen by cybercriminals, but in Colorado Springs, work