Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week 2021
Event submitted on Thursday, May 27th 2021, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week is a week-long initiative aimed at raising awareness of cybersecurity practitioners’ contributions to society and innovations. It’s time to increase awareness about the vast spectrum of cybersecurity career prospects, how cybersecurity plays an important role in a global society, and how bolstering a country’s cybersecurity personnel improves security and promotes economic development. For more information and suggestions on how to assist the week-long effort, download a summary of Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week.
Conference Event Summary
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Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week is a week-long campaign to call attention to the contributions to society and innovations that cybersecurity practitioners make.
It is a time to build awareness about the wide range of cybersecurity job opportunities, how cybersecurity plays a vital role in global society and — showcasing how building a nation’s cybersecurity workforce enhances each nation’s security and promotes economic prosperity.
Download an overview of Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week for more details and additional ideas of how to support the week-long campaign.
Inspire, Engage, and Inform Society
Inspire, engage, and inform the public about the demand, opportunities, and multiple career options available within the area of cybersecurity.
Demystify Careers in Cybersecurity
Raise awareness about pathways to prepare a highly skilled and diverse workforce for careers in cybersecurity to include expansion of knowledge and application of the NICE Framework.
Develop a Highly Skilled and Diverse Workforce
Support successful programs and showcase effective resources, especially those that increase participation of women, minorities, veterans, persons with disabilities, and other underrepresented populations.