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Veterans Find New Roles in Enterprise Cybersecurity
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shanjasper,
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11/19/2018 | 5:49:22 AM
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Fantastic blog. This is excellent work from you, my friend. This is exceptional work! I just do not have enough words to describe this amazing
jabeatty
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jabeatty,
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11/16/2018 | 2:23:10 PM
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This should do the trick:  https://www.synack.com/veterans/
jrpolan
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11/15/2018 | 6:59:05 AM
Great topic
With the dearth of cybersecurity professionals out there and technology frontiers growing daily, former military personnel are a great source of new weapons. As a vet myself, I can say they are highly-trainable, responsible, diligent and focused problem-solvers. 
Ratteau
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11/13/2018 | 11:20:27 AM
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Do you have a link to the Synack course for more information?  Cant find it at their corporate site.


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