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  • DoD's cyber challenge
    Norman's Mother
    What are these generals thinking? Cybersecurity is NOT an appropriate career field for active duty military because the software is changing constantly. By the time they got out of advanced training their skill sets would already be obsolete. Once the military sends them through basic and advanced, they're considered trained. The military's not going to let them off to attend seminars, additional training, or workshops to update their skills. They need to staff these jobs with either civilian employees, or even better, contractors. It would be up to the respective contractors to keep their skills up-to-date in order to deliver optimum service to their clients.
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