Military spouses have an incredible amount of transferrable skills to bring to the cybersecurity workforce. They are diverse and inclusive in ACTION who have situational awareness, accountability, are fast learners, are easy adaptors, are outstanding performers under pressure, and have character triumph over adversity. The cybersecurity workforce needs the hardworking, ethical attributes of military spouses, and they should offer moderate to high-paying salaries with flexible working hours as a result. This fair treatment would allow military spouses to continue supporting their active-duty significant other as well as add substantial value to the household income.
Join National Cybersecurity Student Association (NCSA) to learn more about engaging military spouses in the cybersecurity workforce. The session will host a dynamic panel of professionals from NCSA, Women in CyberSecurity, Excelsior College, Fortinet, and military spouses all sharing their resources, stories, inspiration, opportunities, and more!
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