Continuing Education

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There are many continuing educational opportunities available on the Internet, many companies offer webinars on particular topics. Programs that are more in-depth and recognize cybersecurity is a key business enabler are the ICIC (Inter City Capital Connections) and the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Program. The NCSS participates in both.

For some students, online college makes otherwise inaccessible degree programs available and affordable. For others, online college may be the only option.

To help students find the best online bachelor programs for them, our team at BestColleges.com created a guide covering online bachelor degree programs. You can view it below:

https://www.bestcolleges.com/features/online-bachelors-degree/

Careers in cybersecurity are on the upswing and more companies are looking for cybersecurity professionals. “Cybersecurity Salaries and Job Outlook” provides the top cybersecurity positions with competitive salaries, as well as a breakdown of cybersecurity salaries by state for different job categories in the profession.

You can review the full resource here:
https://ischoolonline.berkeley.edu/blog/cybersecurity-salary/

CISA and GMU Cyber Career Week Summit Cybersecurity Awareness Month ’21

If you are looking for continuing educational opportunities, we have listed several programs that are recognized in the field of cybersecurity:

Don’t wait another day, become a member and start protecting your business. With your annual membership your company will have access to the full suite of capabilities and educational support.

If you have been the victim of a cyber crime or cyber bullying, contact us at me@nationalcybersecuritysociety.org. We will be happy to provide you a free or discounted membership to help you on the road to recovery.

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