Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Universities aren’t doing enough to train the cyberdefenders America desperately needs - The Washington Post

A disconcerting disconnect

"None of America's top 10 computer science programs -- as ranked by U.S. News & World Report in 2015 -- requires graduates to take even one cybersecurity course, according to a new analysis from security firm CloudPassage.

Three of the 10 top-ranked programs don't even offer a single elective cybersecurity course, according to the company's findings. And only one of the top 36 programs, the University of Michigan, requires students to take a security course to graduate."
Universities aren’t doing enough to train the cyberdefenders America desperately needs - The Washington Post
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