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  • Veterans are Both Uniquely Qualified and Completely Unprepared for Civilian Cybersecurity Careers

    An interview with Joe Krull, Director of the Denim Group in San Antonio. What is Cybersecurity I hate the term cybersecurity. The term was first used I think I read somewhere in 1994. It was used by someone who was trying to make the term broader than it was. I will never … more

  • A Discussion with Jason Redman, Wounded Warrior

    Jason Redman was a keynote speaker on the second day of the CyberMaryland 2014 conference, a U.S. Navy SEAL Lieutenant (retired), Founder of SOF Spoken Speaking company, author of “The Trident: The Forging and Reforging of a Navy Seal Leader” and CEO and Founder of Wounded W… more

  • Tapping the Veteran IT Talent Pool

    The hiring process can be painful for both organizations seeking talent and individual job seekers. Gaps in common skills and language are typically cited as reasons for veteran hiring initiatives. It’s also agreed by most experts that of the military skill set, Information Tec… more

  • Marine Corps Radio Operator to Constellation West CEO

    Lisa Wolford, a former Marine Corps radio operator, founded Constellation West (formerly CSSS.NET) in 1997. Constellation West is a certified service-disabled veteran-owned small company focused on cybersecurity, GIS, IT Software and Systems Engineering and Process Management. … more

  • Transitioning Military Sell Your Talent Not Your Title

    There’s a lot of PR going on right now around the topic of veteran hiring. Private organizations are picking up on the terrific talent pool coming out of the armed forces and many even have specific outreach programs designed to attract recently separated military personnel. Le… more