We hear frequently that there is a cybersecurity workforce shortage. While there are many great programs in progress to enhance the technical skills of our future workforce, they are still not enough to meet the current need in the United States. Meanwhile, despite the fact that we have the most trained and skilled military workforce in history, the veteran unemployment rate continues to climb.1
The question, then, is why are we not hiring more veterans to continue supporting the mission of defending our nation as part of our cybersecurity workforce?
Veterans, even those not specifically trained . . .