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Springs Seat of Cyber Security


The National Cybersecurity Center recently launched in Colorado Springs to address cyber security threats through training, education and research.

Cyber security is becoming increasingly important; approximately $400 billion is spent annually on cyber security in the US, with an average cost of $3.8 million per breach.

The NCC will develop workforce, collaborate with private sector, military and federal agencies, and support and educate the public sector to better protect our cities, states and national assets. NCC’s location near several military installations and the Boulder Denver tech corridor uniquely position the nonprofit to be a driving force in our economy.

Lisa Cutter, SLJ Communications

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