Addressing the Cybersecurity Workforce Needs of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses - NICE Conference (June 8, 2022)
- Deborah McLeod, McLeod Information Systems
- Zachary Hodges, Cyber Security Solutions Inc.
- Mark Lupo, University of Georgia SBDC
- Roy Hadley Jr., Adams and Reese LLP
The NICE Conference is the annual convening of community members and thought leaders from education, government, industry, and non-profits to explore ways of developing a skilled cybersecurity workforce ready to meet the challenges of the future. This event provides an opportunity to share best practices from around the world and across sectors in order to build the workforce we need to confront cybersecurity risks today and in years to come.
(ISC)2 Security Congress Panel Discussion: Excelling in a cybersecurity career path (Oct 18, 2021)
Differentiate multiple educational career paths into a cybersecurity career with focus on apprenticeships. Values of apprenticeships will be identified for both the employer and employee all while comparing the importance the different forms of networking plays to their careers.
Cybersecurity: How to Keep Your Small Business Protected. (Apr 23, 2020)
Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce talk with Rodney McLeod of McLeod Information Systems about how to keep your business Protected. Understand the attackers and what they are after.
Phishing - Protect your business from computer hacking scams. (May 6, 2020)
Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce talk with Rodney McLeod of McLeod Information Systems about how to protect your business from phishing. Computer hackers are taking advantage of folks working remotely - don't be a victim!
Apprenticeship Evolved: Apprenticeship Carolina. (Oct 29, 2020)
Apprenticeship Carolina and South Carolina's technical colleges work together to evolve careers and communities for industries such as healthcare, information technology, pharmaceuticals, advanced manufacturing and many more. Find out more at https://www.apprenticeshipcarolina.com/
Apprenticeship Evolved: Information Technology. (Oct 29, 2020)
McLeod Information Systems partnered with Apprenticeship Carolina and Trident Technical College to develop a registered youth apprenticeship program in information technology for local high school students. Participants are paid to learn skills to go into the workforce and receive an associate's degree. Learn more about apprenticeships at https://www.apprenticeshipcarolina.com/