Last year was a record bad one in terms of the number, and impact, of cyberattacks. That makes IT security professionals among the most in-demand of all tech jobs today.
One area that has historically had a hard time competing for top security talent is government, where security budgets tend to be flat from one year to the next. But a new program – Scholarships for Service – aims to change that picture, paying fully for college tuition, room and board, and even a large stipend, for qualifying students and colleges.
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