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Source: Business Week Nicole St. Pierre - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Network Security Nicole St. Pierre writes "Recent breaches of Web-site security are raising concern that the American workforce may not have enough troops to battle cyber snoops. Only about a half-dozen academic institutions in the U.S. have graduate programs that address computer . . . Nicole St. Pierre writes "Recent breaches of Web-site security are raising concern that the American workforce may not have enough troops to battle
cyber snoops. Only about a half-dozen academic institutions in
the U.S. have graduate programs that address computer
security -- and that number hasn't changed much in 10 years.
Today, the private and public sector are scrambling to retain the
few qualified professionals who exist. And colleges are finding
that just when they're starting to integrate information security
into their curriculum, PhDs aren't hanging around academia long
enough to teach the classes."

Read this full article at Business Week Nicole St. Pierre

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