The 2nd Annual Jeffersonian Dinner
Challenging the Skills-Gap
and the Diversity-Gap in
Cybersecurity and Technology
September 27, 2018
The skills-gap facing America’s cybersecurity sector has inspired senior-level executives to re-think company hiring and retention strategies to strengthen the future workforce.
- an estimated 1.5 million cybersecurity jobs will remain unfilled;
- Increasing threats to American companies demand a trained cyber workforce to address these new challenges
- The skills gap will leave behind 20 billion in annual revenue.
- Thousands of remarkable, creative minds from overlooked communities remain untapped resources capable of driving the new collar workforce.
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This fall, you are invited to the Second annual Jeffersonian-style dinner, convening senior technology executives in an intimate conversation that will address these issues. The conversation will elevate alternative hiring pipelines and retention strategies that focus on creative, local talent from overlooked communities representative of the future for America's tech workforce.