“Cybersecurity talent gaps continue to exist across the United States, yet private sector leaders and the federal government have not been able to make the meaningful investments necessary to fill the more than half a million​ current vacancies nationwide, including more than 33,000 vacancies in the public sector workforce alone. Cybersecurity clinics ​offer a high-potential path to sharply increase the number of experienced cybersecurity professionals coming out of U.S. universities at minimal cost and with low barriers to expansion. Located in a region with an insatiable appetite for cybersecurity talent and an impressive array of educational institutions, the greater Washington, D.C. area would be the perfect place to pilot a regional program…”

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