Tech associations push Senate to fund TMF, CDM in next relief bill
There is still a critical need for IT modernization and cybersecurity funding as the pandemic continues, a group of six tech associations writes to Senate leaders.
CompTIA, White House promise 625,000 worker certifications by 2024
The trade association and the Trump administration say they want to improve the skills of hundreds of thousands of IT workers nationwide.
Despite open jobs, veterans face problems landing civilian cybersecurity roles
Low morale at places like the National Security Agency and high salaries outside of government drive personnel away from Washington, D.C., and into the waiting arms of Silicon Valley.
Comments on NIST Cybersecurity Framework show work remains
Industry representatives expressed the need to expand the framework and raise awareness
2016 tech forecast: cloudy, with cybersecurity and shifting business models
CompTIA shares New Year’s insights from its IT distributor, partner and vendor advisory councils
Obama aims $240M to expand STEM participation programs
The financial commitments are coming from foundations, companies and schools to increase participation of lower-income students in science, tech, engineering and math fields. But a survey found that kids don't have enough information about possible careers.