GALLERY: Bipartisan Cybersecurity Forum Focuses on Bringing Non-Degree Track Jobs to Atlantic City and Beyond

The “Bipartisan Congressional National Emergency RX5 Cybersecurity Initiative Forum” brought legislators and business leaders together to discuss cybersecurity workforce training and served as an introduction of the WOZ ED education program. The forum was held on Capitol Hill.

GALLERY: Bipartisan Cybersecurity Forum Focuses on Bringing Non-Degree Track Jobs to Atlantic City and Beyond
U.S. Rep. James E. Clyburn speaks at the cybersecurity forum. Photo Credit: Mark Tyler

WASHINGTON — The “Bipartisan Congressional National Emergency RX5 Cybersecurity Initiative Forum” served as an information session to discuss the urgent need for cybersecurity workforce training and an introduction of the WOZ ED education program. No formal action was taken. However, Democrat and Republican representative, alike, said they understood the value of creating programs that will help fill 5 million cybersecurity jobs needed in this growing industry. (Click this link to read the full story Bipartisan Cybersecurity Forum Focuses on Bringing Non-Degree Track Jobs to Atlantic City and Beyond.)

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