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CyberSeek: Hack the gap - Close the cybersecurity talent gap

"Cybersecurity workers protect our most important and private information, from bank accounts to sensitive military communications. However, there is a dangerous shortage of cybersecurity workers in the United States that puts our digital privacy and infrastructure at risk. In 2016 there were 112,000 openings for Information Security Analysts, but only 96,870 workers currently employed in those positions – an annual talent shortfall of over 15,000 workers for cybersecurity’s largest job. There are 200,000 additional openings requesting cybersecurity-related skills, and employers are struggling to find workers who possess them. Jobs requesting cloud security skills, for example, remain open 96 days on average – longer than any other IT skill."

For more information about CyberSeek and ways to find information security and cybersecurity related job, including the US heatmap, visit: http://cyberseek.org/.  

posted 12/1/17

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) - Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) 

"The IC3 accepts online Internet crime complaints from either the actual victim or from a third party to the complainant. We can best process your complaint if we receive accurate and complete information from you. Therefore, we request you provide the following information when filing a complaint:

  • Victim's name, address, telephone, and email
  • Financial transaction information (e.g., account information, transaction date and amount, who received the money)
  • Subject's name, address, telephone, email, website, and IP address
  • Specific details on how you were victimized
  • Email header(s)
  • Any other relevant information you believe is necessary to support your complaint"

For more information about the latest news and reports from the IC3, visit: https://www.ic3.gov/media/.  

posted 12/1/17

Virtual Career Fair

During the year, the Intelligence Community (IC) is hosting a Virtual Career Fair. Those interested will be able to explore career opportunities, chat with recruiters and subject matter experts, and learn how to apply for job openings online.

Participating IC Agencies include:

For more information or to register for this event, please have students visit: http://www.icvirtualfair.com/.  

updated 12/1/17

Women in Cybersecurity Conference

Opportunities are open yearly for the National Women in Cybersecurity conference to be held around the nation yearly. Please visit the site for additional info. www.wicys.net.  

Scholarships for female students are available but you must applied via the site by the deadline noted yearly.

More information on the conference is available at:  http://www.csc.tntech.edu/wicys/participate/

updated 12/1/17

 

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