SAN ANTONIO OCT. 26, 2017—CNF Technologies in partnership with SA Works and CyberTexas hosted a Cyber Shadow Day on Thursday, October 26, for a half-day of experimental learning to expose students to career opportunities within the cyber security industry. Coinciding with National Cyber Security Awareness Month, the citywide event provided students insight into cyber security career paths and skills that employers value. CNF’s CEO, Roxanne Ramirez, CNF’s COO, Stephen Barish, and CNF’s CTO, Andy Pilato provided NISD students with an extraordinary and interactive learning experience on cybersecurity, the educational path to becoming a cyber professional, and hands-on exercises.
About SA Works
SA Works is an industry-led workforce organization aligning San Antonio’s education providers and private sector to promote economic mobility. The goal of SA Works is to reduce the skills gap in target industries by producing the needed skills from local education and training programs to create a robust workforce pipeline. SA Works is organized under the San Antonio Economic Development Foundation (SAEDF) to further align San Antonio’s economic and workforce development strategy. For more information, visit www.sanantonioworks.org.
About CNF Technologies
CNF is a top cybersecurity provider in San Antonio Texas. Applying exceptional expertise and extensive experience, CNF is a proven provider in developing, testing, fielding, sustaining, and employing Cyber weapon systems and technologies for Offensive and Defensive Cyber Operations, Cybersecurity Risk Management, and support to Law Enforcement and Counterintelligence operations. CNF’s rapid prototyping capability produces state of art cyber defense platforms enabling efficient and all-encompassing cybersecurity for Department of Defense (DoD) enterprises, information, and infrastructure. CNF’s CEO, Roxanne Ramirez, is dedicated to customer mission success, employee fulfillment, and giving back to the San Antonio community.