The Cybersecurity Workforce Gap in Arizona…and Resources to Close It
Companies who are trying to keep jobs on American soil have begun offering apprenticeships to adults who have previously faced barriers to employment due to to lack of computer science degrees. The “hackers” don’t have degrees and they are wining the war!
Amazon recently announced an apprenticeship with the Dept of Labor to create a veterans’ apprenticeship supporting jobs in cloud-based technology IBM is addressing the talent shortage by creating “new collar” jobs in cyber security. It is imperative for our national security and industrial productivity to fill the cyber security workforce pipeline with qualified workers.
Find out what other resources are available right here in Arizona to address this challenge at our Oct 9 Lunch and Learn presented by Advanced Business Learning. Register now!
Who Should Attend?
- Technology Recruiters
- IT Directors
- Cybersecurity Directors
About Advanced Business Learning (ABL):
ABL has been in the workforce effectiveness business for over 19 years. ABL is an Authorized Training Provider (ATP) of the leading cyber certification organizations, such as CompTIA, EC Council, Isaca. ABL’s Cyber Academy is a State licensed post-secondary vocational school with a focus on cyber security certifications and hands on experience. ABL knows certification is only one piece of employers’ requirements…it is the application of skills learned that matter most to employers. Clients include US Navy, Defense Intelligence Agency, Dept of Energy and numerous Fortune 500 organizations.
About the Presenter:
Tom Jenkins, CEO
Susan Morris, Sr. Vice President
As ABL owners, Mr. Jenkins and Ms. Morris manage, direct and oversee client management, ensuring deliverables meet and exceed expectations. They ensure the daily execution of ABL Cyber Academy’s mission – to develop a well trained cyber security-ready workforce for Arizona employers.