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The Virginia Department of Education sponsored 32 cybersecurity summer camps across Virginia.


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requirement for graduation in any of the 50 states, they provide a foundation necessary for cybersecurity jobs.


Private-sector efforts The private sector also is taking mea-


sures to grow its workforce. Deloitte sponsors a national Cyber


talent shortage, he says, but surveys done in recent years show that they aren’t as interested in or even aware of cybersecurity as a career. Many say their guidance coun- selors never mentioned it as an option. The McAuliffe administration is trying


to change that. Although Virginia public schools have


no cybersecurity curriculum, this year the state Department of Education sponsored a one-time pilot program of 32 cybersecurity


summer camps for high school students across Virginia. In addition, McAuliffe signed a bill


into law this summer requiring that com- puter science be integrated into the state Standards of Learning for K-12 Virginia public schools, likely beginning no sooner than fall 2017. (AP computer science classes, however, have been available to Virginia high school students for decades.) And while computer science classes aren’t a


Threat Competition to increase awareness of cybersecurity careers among college students. (Virginia Tech placed second in the contest last year.) What’s different about Deloitte’s contest is that it’s open to any student, not just the technically minded. It’s more of a business competition and involves risk management, presenting reports to clients and creating communications state- ments about breaches for employees and the media. That’s because there’s a need for more than just tech people in cybersecurity. Falls Church-based Northrop Grum-


man sponsors a national after-school Cyber- Patriot competition, giving high school and middle school students the chance to compete in timed contests to eliminate vulnerabilities in virtual computer networks. Last year, more than 3,400 teams competed, each with about four to six students on a


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Title of Publication: VIRGINIA BUSINESS, Publication Number: 001-387. Date of fi ling: Sept. 13, 2016. Frequency of issue: monthly. Number of issues published annually: 12. Annual subscription price: $48. Complete mailing address of known offi ce of publication: 1207 E. Main St., #100 Richmond, VA 23219. Complete mailing address of the headquarters of general busi- ness offi ces of the publisher: 1207 E. Main St., #100 Richmond, VA 23219. Publisher: Bernard A. Niemeier, 1207 E. Main St., #100 Richmond, VA 23219. Editor: Robert Powell, 1207 E. Main St., #100 Richmond, VA 23219. Managing Editor: Paula Squires, 1207 E. Main St.,#100 Richmond, VA 23219. Owner: Virginia Business Publications, LLC (A portfolio company of Virginia Capital Partners, LLC), 1207 E. Main St., Richmond, VA 23219. Known bondholders, mortgagees and other security holders: none.


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29,532 53.37%


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