Washington state universities get funding to create cybersecurity programs as industry demand grows
Breaches in cybersecurity continue to grow in complexity and severity, costing companies more than $10 trillion per year by 2025, according to some estimates.
To help train future cybersecurity experts to help address this issue, Washington State University and Eastern Washington University recently landed more than $2 million each from the state’s 2022 supplemental operating budget to create cybersecurity degree programs.
Here are other collegiate programs in Washington state that focus on information and cybersecurity.
- Western Washington University offers a Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity.