Cybersecurity Means Investment in People, Not Services (Tech HQ)


Demand in the education sector for computing courses is on the rise. Students looking to their futures are considering careers in computing across the board, for a number of reasons, least of all the definite financial rewards on offer. Of course, computing (whether as a course choice for 18-year-olds or as a career), is an expansive area for specialism. Developing the next version of Fortnite or CoD may be seen as the height of glamor in some quarters, but the rise of cybersecurity threats and breaches might, we hope, direct talented would-be professionals to the area of IT security.