UCCS’ Centers of Academic Excellence (CAE-C) Cybersecurity Faculty Development program recently launched its first two fully online cybersecurity courses: Core Concepts in Networking and Pedagogy and Technology in Cybersecurity Teaching. The courses are free and available to any professionals interested in learning or teaching cybersecurity.
The Colorado Cybersecurity Apprenticeship Program (C-CAP) at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) today announced its commitment to Cybersecurity Awareness Month, held annually in October, by signing up as a 2021 Champion andjoininga growing global effort to promote the awareness of online safety and privacy.
What ‘The Great Resignation’ means for your company
Many organizations are facing devastating cyber threats and have immediate need for skilled cybersecurity professionals. However, it is increasingly difficult to find trained practitioners as everyone is fighting for the same talent. Even if talent is available, the turnover is pretty high given the nationwide shortage of cybersecurity workforce. This challenge is even more severe for small- and medium-sized enterprises. As a business leader, how can you address this critical issue of cybersecurity talent recruitment and retention?
As the world gathered around their TVs to watch the biggest stage in sport, sport management senior Gracie Mensay was experiencing the competition firsthand from her internship with USA Triathlon. We sat down with Gracie to learn about her internship with a National Governing Body during the Tokyo Olympic Games, her time in the UCCS Sport Management program and what the future holds as she starts her career in the industry.