HERNDON, Va. – Oct. 24, 2019 – Learning Tree International is hosting an RSVP-only event on 7 November 2019 at our offices in Stockholm, Sweden, to discuss what skills today’s workforce needs to defend against tomorrow’s cyber threats. Attendees will also be introduced to a scalable set of products and services to support organisations as they work to transform themselves through the development of their workforce.
“With 23% of IT leaders reporting that workforce skills gaps are a more damaging threat to cyber security than budget constraints, now is a critical time to have a frank and thorough discussion about the cyber security skills gap, and what organisations can do about it,” said Richard A. Spires, Learning Tree CEO and former CIO of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Mr. Spires will be in attendance at the Stockholm Cyber Learning Event to discuss the need to view cyber risks from the front lines to the top, and will demonstrate cyber learning paths aligned to the NICE Cybersecurity Framework.
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Learning Tree International is a trusted, global partner delivering mission-critical training and certifications as well as the communication and critical thinking skills necessary to effectively deploy and deliver major IT initiatives. With over 2.5 million IT & business professionals around the world enhancing their skills through Learning Tree's extensive library of proprietary and partner content, the Learning Tree ecosystem reflects how learning is done today and provides greater impact than eLearning or classroom learning alone. Transformational business solutions have evolved from working collaboratively with clients to address large-scale process improvement initiatives.
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