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IDG Contributor Network: Universities developing cybersecurity degrees to fill jobs gap

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    If they want to continue to protect our nation’s most valuable data from cyber-attacks, leading security practitioners need to look to the future of the security industry and develop ways to grow the talent needed to fill the looming jobs gap.

    That's why Jim Treinen, vice president of security research at ProtectWise, was happy to help J.B. Holston, dean at the University of Denver’s Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science, when they ventured into designing their Master's in cybersecurity curriculum.

    Having earned both his Masters and PhD at Denver University (DU), Treinen was thrilled at the opportunity to give back to his Alma Marta given his long history of involvement with DU.

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