White House Unveils National Cyber Workforce Strategy

The Biden administration unveiled a national strategy on Monday to address the lack of qualified cyber workers and cited persistent job openings as a critical national security issue. According to one study included in the strategy, there would still be a need for more than 400,000 cybersecurity specialists in 2022.

According to Camille Stewart Gloster, the deputy national cyber director of technology, the strategy is the result of over a year of work, including a National Cyber Workforce and Education Summit at the White House in July 2022.

The strategy, which is the first step in ensuring and unleashing the next generation of American creativity, is truly representative of that teamwork read more White House Unveils National Cyber Workforce Strategy.

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