Are you considering a career in cyber security, but not sure where to start? Take a look at the five programs in this blog, and you’ll be able to choose one that’s ideal for where you are now and what you’d like to do with your career.
For National Cyber Security Awareness Month, we’ve prepared three cyber security horror stories that will chill your blood. Or at least make you change your password.
VET TEC is a new tuition and housing assistance program designed to help veterans get short term technology training without using their GI Bill® benefits! Learn more about the program and whether or not you qualify in this blog.
Interested in information technology careers? We spoke with two employers to shed light on entry-level IT jobs and how to get one — in 2020 and beyond.
Quentin Parham wanted to start a career in IT, but he didn’t have a clear path from his experience in the Army to a first job in the industry. Here’s how he was able to combine his previous experience and his training from ACI Learning (formerly LeaderQuest) to start a new career in the industry that he loves.
The pandemic erased Steffon Fisher’s marketing dreams, so he looked into IT careers. This is how he got a job in IT, almost immediately after training.
When you’re stuck in an unrewarding, underpaying job, getting something better can’t come fast enough. No matter what you want, it can be difficult to break into a new field on the timeline you need. That’s where IT certifications come in. IT certifications can help...
After going from soldier to civilian in 2008, our Chief Sales Officer Thomas Katsahnias offers tips for transitioning veterans entering the civilian world.
After getting laid off in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Eric decided to focus on a new career in cybersecurity. This is the story of how he made that switch.
“I’ve always been a techie. I’ve got tons of computers at home that I tinker with all the time. And I just love helping people by looking at their current environment. They tell me, ‘We’re having trouble with this, how can we fix it?’ And that’s what I’ve always liked doing with IT.”
Cybersecurity growth is undeniable. There isn’t a state in the union that doesn’t have literally hundreds of open cybersecurity jobs. Here’s where they are, what they pay, and how to get them.