cyber workforce

State cyber workforce challenges reaching ‘crisis levels’

By marketing themselves better and adapting to remote work, states can attract and retain more cybersecurity workers, a new report suggests.

States look to feds for help building a more robust cyber workforce

The National Association of State Chief Information Officers called on the federal government to help address the shortage of skilled cyber workers and urged flexible implementation of the State and Local Cybersecurity Grant Program.

Flexibility, culture key to attracting laid-off tech workers

State and local agencies looking to pick up staff from layoffs at tech companies should be “leaning into different flexibilities,” said one expert.

How states can fill the tech workforce gap

As state and local governments try to fill thousands of vacant tech jobs, one expert said agencies should appeal to younger workers’ desire for meaningful work and flexibility.

Can AI tutors give the nation’s workforce a competitive edge?

The number of workers needing new skills across a variety of emerging technology fields will soon outpace the nation’s ability to train them, but researchers at the Defense Department have a plan.

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Cyber range looks to inspire next generation of talent

The Louisiana-backed range will provide hands-on training for K-12 students nationwide and help fill the cyber workforce pipeline.