SecureSet Academy in the News: Colorado Springs Business Journal
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Denver-based firm SecureSet moved to Colorado Springs last year, bringing a community-focused approach to the cybersecurity space.
SecureSet Academy, one of its entities, is a comprehensive cybersecurity education program that kicked off its first CORE Technical Bootcamp course this week, and later this month will launch its CORE Technical Bootcamp Program to equip security professionals with basic networking or programming skills.
The Department of Veterans Affairs recently added SecureSet to its list of schools that can obtain GI bill funding from eligible veterans.
The academy will launch its new downtown campus in April, and plans to have more than 40 cybersecurity bootcamp graduates, more than 20 local hiring partners and an expanded partnership with UCCS and the National Cybersecurity Center by the end of the year, according to Brad Davis, vice president of marketing and recruiting for SecureSet Academy.
“Our Colorado Springs location will serve both the veteran and civilian communities, closing the security skills gap will require full community engagement,” he said.
And watch for SecureSet’s Accelerator — expected to come to Colorado Springs in the near future and designed to grow local cybersecurity startups through funding, partnerships and mentorship.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]This was originally published on CSBJ.