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SDSU Launching Cyber Tech Academy

San Diego State is launching a suite of online cyber security certificates and a new program – SDSU Cyber Tech Academy.

In affiliation with the Graduate Program in Homeland Security, SDSU officials report the unique and innovative certificate program has been beta-tested and is ready for roll out to students looking for an affordable – and faster – way to join the booming cyber industry workforce.

SDSU’s Cyber Tech Academy includes a series of 14-week professional certificates focused on the most critical topics in cybersecurity, brings together prominent current and former government, military and industry practitioners focused on developing a workforce that can defeat the threats posed by nation-states and advanced cyber criminals.

The curriculum was built by cyber pros who know what organizations want in employees, and what it takes to stop the ransomware, breaches, IP theft and critical infrastructure attacks that are endangering businesses.

“The online academy expands the educational opportunities outside of SDSU’s degree programs and reinforces the university’s commitment to cyber tech training,” says Jeffrey Roberts, dean of SDSU’s College of Sciences. “Unusual among certificate programs, this immersive online program provides participants with the ability to interact with professionals in the field, who will also help guide them in their career development.”

Designed for working professionals, the Cyber Tech Academy certificates offer the option to complete industry-specific cyber security training at a pace that fits any lifestyle. Classroom takeaways can be applied in real-time, and the 100% online format of certificates means they can be earned from anywhere in the world.

Registration for new classes is now open. More information is available at


Visit California has selected global consulting firm JLL to prepare a dozen regional strategic plans to help guide California’s tourism industry for the next decade, the state tourism marketing organization announced last week.

JLL will conduct extensive research with industry stakeholders, residents and civic leaders across the state and aggregate existing strategic research to prepare plans specific to each of California’s 12 tourism regions. The plans will examine the full range of tourism issues – from overcrowded destinations to housing imbalances, environmental challenges, workforce development and infrastructure needs.

Tourism businesses and California’s 300-plus destination management organizations will use the findings and recommendations to inform business decisions, inspire partnerships with local governments and nonprofits – and try to build a more sustainable future for the industry.

“Visit California could not be more excited to join with JLL to launch this ambitious, groundbreaking strategic planning effort,” said Caroline Beteta, president and CEO of the organization. “California’s tourism industry is recovering from an economic shock [COVID] 10 times greater than 9/11, but it is a perfect opportunity for us to take stock, assess the challenges and opportunities, set priorities and develop regional strategies for the next 10 years.”


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