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- Targeting Advanced Threats: Proven Methods from Detection through Remediation
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The DorobekINSIDER moderated the Fed Talk Conference and panelist Craig Newmark, the Craig of Craig's List and a government innovator, about innovation.
The Craigslist founder laments that the White House's open government initiative hasn't received much attention.
There could be some great cybersecurity jobs out there for veterans who want to continue working as civilians in the federal government. Craig Newmark, the founder of CraigsList, writes in the Huffington Post Blog that there is a shortage of cybersecurity experts, and that veterans tend to have strong commitment and good attitudes. While the GI Bill will pay for a veteran's education, some colleges shut down during the summer months - which means tuition payments would stop, while the federal government is looking to train people year round.