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Welcome to the Cyber Security Portal. The place for all your cyber security needs. From job openings, degree information, schools, and how to get into this new and growing industry we have put it all together here. Please scroll down and take advantage of our many resources.

Why Cyber Security? Why Now? Great Question!

You have seen it in the news, heard about it on social media, and you may have had it happen to you at home or at work! Online hacking, I.D. theft, malware, even home camera monitors for children are being hacked!

As the world hurdles forward faster than ever in the world of technology it is no wonder things are getting out of control! Everything as we know it is being run by computers and that allows for amazing things, but it also allows for bad things.

I think you can see where this is going. I point this out because there is a huge opportunity out there for people to start new careers and help keep people safe on the web! Let’s face it. Technology is not slowing down, it is only getting faster and faster. If you have feel like you have the skills to purse a career in cyber security then you should be looking into it.

Still not sure? Check out this article on Forbes… One Million Cybersecurity Job Openings In 2016

Crazy huh! If you don’t bother to read that article they also mention that by 2019 demand is expected to rise to 6 million job openings.

At we are working hard to bring you just that. A portal to all the information you will need to learn about Cyber Security and start your career in it. Updated news, resources, training, and reviews of schools that offer degrees in cyber security and other useful information technologies fields.

If that does not convince you I would urge you to check out this report from Burning Glass from 2015.

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