DHS wants trained cybersecurity workers ASAP

From the committee rooms of Congress to the hallways of the West Wing, federal officials talk about the need for more trained cybersecurity workers to protect the nation’s cyber-infrastructure.

The Department of Homeland Security says it needs as many as 1,000 right away.

But where will those workers come from?

Register now: Join Tonya Ugoretz, director of Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center, for a free online chat on Tuesday, Oct. 25 at 1 p.m.

Federal News Radio’s Max Cacas has been looking at the concerns of three top voices in the cybersecurity arena.