The creation of a cyber warrior involves every element of an individual’s community: the schools that train them, the businesses that hire them, and the government that develops, enables, and protects the infrastructure necessary to sustain this evolution. But it’s not some neat assembly-line process, each budding cyber expert moving from school to work to the front lines of cyberspace in an orderly, established transition; our nation’s cybersecurity workforce shortage is proof of that.1 How, then, can we bring order to that chaos? How can we make cybersecurity workforce development appear as . . .
From the Winter 2016 Issue
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