SecureSet News

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SecureSet in the News: The Security-Focused Bootcamp SecureSet Finds 40% of its Students are Veterans

May 29, 2019 | Eric Perez joined the U.S. Air Force at age 17 because he wanted to help fight…

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Flatiron School acquires SecureSet to provide leading Cybersecurity education worldwide

Flatiron School was founded in 2012 with the mission of enabling the pursuit of a better life through education. Over…

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SecureSet in the News: Colorado company trains in-demand cybersecurity pros

November 27, 2019 | Denver, CO Many countries around the world face a severe shortage of cybersecurity experts. With computer…

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Beyond The Breach | A Follow-Up Chat with Bret Fund from SecureSet | RSA Conference 2018

With an increase in automation, the need for cybersecurity education won’t go away, it will just make the need to…

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SecureSet in the News: Tampa is Turning Ybor City into Cybor City

From the Tampa Bay Times: how tampa is turning Ybor city into cybor city one startup at a time.

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SecureSet Academy is named one of 2018’s Top 50 Colorado Companies to Watch.

SecureSet Academy has been recognized by Colorado Companies to Watch as a winner in their annual celebration of the successes…

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SecureSet in the News: Denver 9News

This article originally appeared on 9news. KUSA –This week, Corey Rose sat down with Scott Yates for their regular Tech…

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Former Colorado Senator Mark Udall Joins SecureSet Board of Directors

SecureSet — an immersive, accelerated cybersecurity academy — today announced that former Colorado Senator and Congressman Mark Udall has joined its…

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SecureSet Academy in the News: Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network

Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network (BEN) is a Colorado-based, non-profit organization that strives to support entrepreneurial growth in CO, while building peer-to-peer…

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SecureSet Academy Now Offers GI Bill to Vets

SecureSet Academy today announced that it has been approved for GI Bill funds. With the global demand for cybersecurity professionals expected to rise to six million by 2019 (with a projected shortfall of 1.5 million), this represents a major opportunity for Colorado Springs veterans who want to enter a high-demand post-military career field.

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