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There are two options for resources with cybersecurity skills: organizations can either hire them from outside or they can grow them. Qualified staff will jump from one company to another that will offer them better compensation packages and the original employer will likely have to pay a higher salary for skills it lost to another company. That is what some companies do to attract skilled staff from competitors. They come skilled, trained and know the business. Cybersecurity recruiting firms who profit from the movement of skilled staff between companies can be useful. Or, you can look to universities that have mature cybersecurity programs for viable candidates. Professional organizations, such as ISSA, and ISACA are also good sources. They typically allow job postings to be forwarded to their membership. The key is to know what cybersecurity skills your organization needs and how many employees. That said, organizations should always work on developing their staff with the focus on retention, productivity and coverage.

First, as alluded to above, the absence of clearly defined competencies and skills presents organizations with hiring challenges. Generally, organizations have two options for staffing cyber intelligence analysts: take a non-technical analyst and provide them with training in cyber security, or take a technical practitioner and teach them to look at the bigger picture and analyze technical data through a strategic lens. While many CITP participants advocated for hiring an inquisitive, critical thinker with a liberal arts background, when we surveyed what their staff consisted of it was almost unanimously Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) or Certified Ethical Hacking (CEH) certified network security practitioners that were promoted out of help desk or incident response roles. The exceptions to these cases occurred in the government, where organizations have the resources and the time to send analysts through months of internal training programs that groom them to be cyber intelligence analysts.

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MISSION STATEMENT

The Supporting Kids In Living and Learning Successfully (SKILLS) Organization exists to create a partnership among parents, schools, businesses, government, and the community to support programs that give every child the opportunity to develop the SKILLS necessary for living and learning successfully.


ABOUT SKILLS

The SKILLS Organization was established in 1984 to support implementation of the Quest Skills for Adolescence Program. Originally called the Skills for Adolescence Organization, our mission was to provide comprehensive drug prevention, life-skills programs for children attending Whittier area schools in kindergarten through 8th grade.

In 1989, Skills for Adolescence became the SKILLS Organization, and turned our focus on establishing and supporting other programs that helped youth lead successful and productive lives. The Whittier Police Department assisted the agency with asset-forfeiture money seized from drug dealers, and worked in partnership with the SKILLS Organization to provide prevention, enrichment, and academic services.

This innovated partnership created by these two organizations coupled with   concerned citizens and drug forfeiture funds resulted in SKILLS becoming a leading organization in the greater Whittier area.

However, in 2006, drug forfeiture monies were no longer available.  Although this change of events could have potentially been devastating to the organization, it allowed SKILLS to diversify its funding streams.

Currently, the SKILLS Organization is in the process of changing its name to the SKILLS Organization; the agency will continue providing after school programs to the Whittier community and begin implementing new programs, events and fundraisers. Today, SKILLS funding has become more diversified thanks in part to the all-volunteer Board of Directors.  The Board of Directors has worked diligently to ensure that the Organization continues to carry out their mission and goals in order to support kids in living and learning successfully.  

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Kaizen Life Skills Organization is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization established to assist youth with their social development in the Washington, D.C. area. Many of today’s youth are not receiving the necessary life skills needed to face the many challenges in the world we live in. The goal of Kaizen Life Skills is to help our area youth to become positive, well-rounded members of society by providing them social and economic skills necessary to take on the world!

The SKILLS Organization was established in 1984 to support implementation of the Quest Skills for Adolescence Program. Originally called the Skills for Adolescence Organization, our mission was to provide comprehensive drug prevention, life-skills programs for children attending Whittier area schools in kindergarten through 8th grade.

In 1989, Skills for Adolescence became the SKILLS Organization, and turned our focus on establishing and supporting other programs that helped youth lead successful and productive lives. The assisted the agency with asset-forfeiture money seized from drug dealers, and worked in partnership with the SKILLS Organization to provide prevention, enrichment, and academic services.

This innovated partnership created by these two organizations coupled with concerned citizens and drug forfeiture funds resulted in SKILLS becoming a leading organization in the greater Whittier area.

However, in 2006, drug forfeiture monies were no longer available. Although this change of events could have potentially been devastating to the organization, it allowed SKILLS to diversify its funding streams.

Currently, the SKILLS Organization is in the process of changing its name to the SKILLS Organization; the agency will continue providing after school programs to the Whittier community and begin implementing new programs, events and fundraisers. Today, SKILLS funding has become more diversified thanks in part to the all-volunteer Board of Directors. The Board of Directors has worked diligently to ensure that the Organization continues to carry out their mission and goals in order to support kids in living and learning successfully.