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JuneLast Updated July 19  2020 

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On behalf of all Seniors who rely on the  affordability  and  convenience of reliable 

rideshare transportation, as well as the delivery of  groceries, and with the support of gig workers and related individuals, such as independent contractors, freelancers, on-call and temporary workers, students, seniors, their families, immigrants, those involved in specialized trades, and the many others who are involved in or otherwise connected to cybersecurity, we are honored to endorse and  be members of the coalition of

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Our Non Traditional  Cyber Security Community inspired by the two articles that we found in the  internet . 

I would like to personally thanks the authors of the articles that help us open our eyes and to the reality that there are talents out there that created by hard work and dedications . We are not all came from the box of the elitist . 

Let’s Quit Brainwashing Kids That It’s A College Degree Or Nothing

        by Ani Lahiri
Published on September 17, 2019

“How many people feel like a “failure” because they didn’t earn good grades, graduate with a college degree, or receive a formal “education?”

It is time for all of us to realize that people who don’t do great in school or go to college are just as valuable, just as important, and just as brilliant as anyone who does earn a college degree.” 

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Breaking into cybersecurity careers through nontraditional paths

Some DEF CON attendees discussed their nontraditional paths into cybersecurity and how networking and being eager to learn can bridge the gap between experience and job requirements.

Michael Heller Senior Reporter

28 Aug 2019

“Depending on who is asked, there's either a shortage of people with cybersecurity skills or there are issues with the hiring processes that focus too much on certifications and traditional experience while overlooking candidates who are capable, enthusiastic and willing to learn.”

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