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Industry Professional Inspires Cybersecurity Students

In an era where the digital landscape is constantly evolving and threats loom larger than ever, the importance of cybersecurity expertise cannot be overstated.

Recently, students enrolled in the Cybersecurity Pathway Program at Colts Neck High School were privileged to host Steve Weinstein for a presentation on the intricacies of cybersecurity and the evolving industry landscape. The visit provided students with a unique opportunity to glean insights from a seasoned expert and gain a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities in the field.

Mr. Weinstein is an investor in Tego Cyber (TGCB), a cyber security company focused on autonomous threat detection and threat intelligence for clients including Databricks, Amazon Web Services, and other hosting and cloud clients. He is also the Chair, Emeritus of The Foundation for Supply Chain Solutions (F4SS), an industry association focused on improving the capabilities of, networking, benchmarking, and education of Supply Chain leaders across Household, Health & Beauty, and Food & Beverage CPGs and their External Manufacturers, Contract Packagers and other Solution Providers. F4SS is focused on understanding key trends and cutting-edge technologies such as blockchain, IoT, cybersecurity, and other systems that enable data transparency and flow to remove barriers in supply chain planning, manufacturing, and distribution.

Mr. Weinstein's visit underscored the significance of collaboration between academia and the industry in addressing the cybersecurity challenges of tomorrow. By fostering meaningful partnerships, sharing resources, and facilitating knowledge exchange, we bridge the gap between theory and practice, ensuring that future Cybersecurity Pathway Program graduates are equipped with the necessary skills and the ability to thrive in the dynamic cybersecurity landscape.

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