Talent

A Night Out in Vallejo With CSUM President Tom Cropper

A Night Out in Vallejo With CSUM President Tom Cropper

CTC chief executive Matt Gardner attended a dinner hosted by CSU Maritime Academy President Tom Cropper Thursday night. President Cropper highlighted efforts by the Academy to invest in the community, expand opportunities for students, and continue the growth of the school.

CalCISO Convenes Women in Cyber Forum

CalCISO convened in Santa Monica to hold the first meeting regarding its Women in Cyber Initiative. The meeting featured opportunities for stakeholders to engage in a variety of new programs, as well as highlighting career profiles of four women in the cybersecurity profession.

Training for Cybersecurity First Responders Launches in California

Training for Cybersecurity First Responders Launches in California

The California Cybersecurity Information Sharing Organization (CalCISO) has partnered with Logical Operations as a CalCISO Education Partner, with the goal of working together to provide certification training for first responders in cybersecurity operations.

Rich in Talent and Innovation

Rich in Talent and Innovation

California has a new Technology and Innovation Caucus in the State Assembly and Senate. Assemblymember Evan Low of San Jose, co-chair of the new Caucus, visited with CTC on this episode of the Innovation Agenda to discuss its origins, priorities, and hopes for improving the climate for technology growth.

Starting Earlier on Cyber Careers

Starting Earlier on Cyber Careers

"It's never too early to fuel an interest," said Michael Kaiser, Executive Director of the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA). The gap between the number of job openings in cybersecurity and the number of people available to fill those jobs is stirring a conversation in technology, academia and government around the world. A recent survey conducted by NCSA with Raytheon highlighted the critical issues.

CTC Heads to Washington

CTC Heads to Washington

Legislation surrounding tax, trade, cybersecurity, broadband, privacy, new technology, and workforce development is always changing. Participants in the annual CompTIA DC Fly-In capture opportunities to join in panel discussions with Capitol Hill staff and think tanks and a range of meetings with Congressional members and staff.