With more than 200,0000 cybersecurity jobs unfilled in the U.S., the team behind Baltimore Cyber Range is hoping to train would-be employees and change that statistic.
Stephen Thomas, the VP of Sales at Cyberbit, the company behind the Cyber Range said the new facility will give true hands on training in the cybersecurity world. The Range held its first training class last week but officially cut the ribbon at 8 Market Place on Thursday.
The idea for a cybersecurity training center in Baltimore was born in Israel when Gov. Larry Hogan travelled to the country for a trade mission. Less than a year later the center is set up and using a platform originally built for the Israeli Defense Force.
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