CYBER.ORG announced the kickoff of a new pilot program created to recruit a diverse body of K-12 students to pursue undergraduate cybersecurity degrees and bolster the U.S. cybersecurity workforce. Through a $250,000 grant provided by the National Security Agency (NSA), CYBER.ORG will develop a K-12 feeder program for Grambling State University (GSU) in Northern Louisiana, a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) and the first university in the state to create a cybersecurity undergraduate degree. The goal is to replicate this model between school districts and HBCU’s across the country.
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Apple failed to disclose security incident affecting 128 million users in 2015
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An email entered into court this week in Epic Games' lawsuit against Apple shows that Apple managers uncovered 2,500 malicious apps had been downloaded a total of 203 million times by 128 million users in 2015. Evidence shows Apple managers chose to not disclose this security incident.