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AI and Cybersecurity

Both the AI and cybersecurity fields have grown at a rapid pace in recent years and with that growth, significant overlap between the two technologies. Ethical challenges and questions of how these two fields can work together have also come up. While both of these technologies have their own advantages and limitations, it's important to assess how they may affect each other when combined.

How to Develop a Cybersecurity Program

IT managers are tasked with securing their company’s sensitive information and data and the way an organization handles a cybersecurity threat can affect all departments and stakeholders, as well as impact a company’s image which is why it's integral to know how to develop a cybersecurity program. Maybe your company’s current cybersecurity plan needs improvement or maybe your organization is completely new to the concept of cybersecurity. Cybercrime is a threat all companies should prepare for, regardless of their size or industry.

New Horizons Learning Group Launches IT Apprenticeship Program

 

We are excited to announce our new apprenticeship program in California for aspiring IT professionals, launched in collaboration with the American Institutes for Research (AIR) and CompTIA.

New Horizons Learning Group is the latest organization to join CompTIA Apprenticeships for Tech, a national initiative to help employers fill current and long-term IT staffing needs through an “earn and learn” apprenticeship program that is also creating employment opportunities for people from a diversity of backgrounds.

How Do You Implement a Cybersecurity Strategy?


In today's fast-paced, content-driven world, how do you implement a cybersecurity strategy? Development teams are expected to crank out apps and software at rapid speed. Consequently, cybersecurity often comes last on the list of priorities. This is a dangerous consequence as cybercrime becomes the U.S.' biggest foreign security threat. Cybersecurity teams and development teams tend to work separately, but when working collaboratively, can become a strong defense against bad actors who seek to destroy the software and apps they've worked so hard to create.

Cybersecurity Skills Gap: What Your Company Can Do


What is the cybersecurity skills gap and what can your company do about it? Certain ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic will be seared in our minds forever—supply chain disruptions, workforce shortages, and a major shift to virtual work and education. One major effect of the pandemic, though lesser-known, is being felt by I.T. departments in thousands of businesses across the globe.

The threat of increasingly sophisticated cybercriminals is more imminent now than ever as the body of smart devices in the Internet of Things grows and as government agencies, healthcare giants, and academic institutions move to digital, work from home infrastructure, increasing their vulnerability to cyberattacks that could leave the private information of their employees, clients, and stakeholders exposed.

To add to the concern, there's a major skills gap in cybersecurity and it's only expected to grow. Experts predict 3.5 million job openings in cybersecurity by 2025. This cybersecurity skills gap is what prompted Microsoft to launch an international skilling campaign to help the world's businesses fight off ever-advanced cyberattacks. With increasing technical demands and a shortage of qualified workers, it's clear that the one thing organizations should do to stay ahead of cybersecurity threats is invest in high-quality training and certification programs. 

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