Diversity in Cyber
Could veterans be the answer to the cyber skills shortage problem?
6 September 2018 |
45% of businesses claim to have a shortage of cyber security skills and 67% of cyber security professionals say they’re too busy with their jobs to keep up with skills development and training.
And yet there is an obvious and massively untapped resource – veterans – of which only 4% are working in tech and cyber.
TEISS speaks with Peter Connolly, CEO of TechVets, on why veterans are the perfect candidates to solve the cyber security skills shortage problem.
The Pain by Nick Homes
TechVets Founders: Peter Connolly, Mike Butcher, Mark Milton and Euan Crawford at the TechVets launch earlier this year.
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