IT and Cybersecurity / Job Creation
Cybrary expands in College Park
By Maureen Kilcullen /
November 26, 2018
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Cybrary, a Prince George’s County company offering free online cybersecurity training programs, plans to expand and add more than 200 new jobs in the county.

The company will relocate its headquarters to an interim space of nearly 11,000 square feet at 5801 University Research Court in College Park before moving to its permanent location, a 25,000 square-foot facility at 4600 River Road in the Discovery District in College Park.

“The demand for cybersecurity talent is great, with an estimated 300,000 cyber-related job openings in the nation,” said Maryland Commerce Secretary Mike Gill. “With its online platform for cybersecurity training, Cybrary opens opportunities to anyone interested in a career in information security and helps address the growing need for cyber warriors.”

Launched in 2015, Cybrary addresses challenges that companies experience through the technology talent lifecycle, from attraction and recruitment to development, retention and promotion. The company employs a full content team that is responsible for curating the best content from cybersecurity and technology vendors and educators on a daily basis. Cybrary has partnered with top industry education vendors including Kaplan, CybrScore, and Practice Labs to develop content for its platform. Cybrary also engages the company’s two million member ecosystem of users, instructors, students, and Fortune 1000 companies in content creation and collaboration.

“Our in-house content team coupled with our network of subject matter experts and learning and assessment technology vendors makes Cybrary’s catalog the fastest moving and most continually refreshing, full scope offering in the industry. No organization is developing cybersecurity careers faster and at the scale as us,” said CEO and Co-Founder Ralph Sita. “Every day more than 2,000 people join the Cybrary network, most of whom end up either entering the industry or moving up from their current cybersecurity or IT work role.”

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