Entries by Nicholas Wright

Tech Skills Gap Creating Security Gap

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The tech skills gap is creating a cybersecurity gap. Nearly half a million cybersecurity workers are needed in North America, and nearly 3 million worldwide. Almost a quarter of companies surveyed say they have a “significant shortage” of cybersecurity staff. According to Norton Security, it takes a U.S. company nearly 200 days […]

Pitch your idea for our Confidential Computing Challenge (C3)

Secure the most sensitive workloads. Shape the future of computing. If you’re a developer, security researcher, or otherwise interested in developing apps that use confidential computing, this is your chance to make an impact in this growing field. Google Cloud, in collaboration with Intel, is hosting the Confidential Computing Challenge to generate new ideas in […]

Community Support Drives California Mayors Cyber Cup Success

Any team of students can benefit from a little support and recognition — whether it’s football players on the field, runners rounding the home stretch of the track, or cyber competitors working on protecting an organization from a cyber attack. The California Mayors Cyber Cup, coordinated by California Cyberhub and hosted at various regional venues, […]

Keri Aaver: from LinkedIn

Enjoying participating in the Career Strategist Workshop for 100 high school juniors today at College of the Canyons. They are learning about the new world of work, how to start creating their own opportunities, and how to positively impact the world around them with their unique passions, abilities, and experience. A fantastic group of highly engaged students led by an equally amazing group of presenters today.

Cyber Hero Edwin Kang Builds Cyber Team after Northern California Wildfires

Starting a cyber team involves hard work and dedication under normal circumstances. New coaches need to make arrangements with their schools, recruit students, and begin building community partnerships. Now imagine trying to do all of those things while your community is recovering from devastating wildfires. That’s the situation computer science teacher Edwin Kang found himself […]