CompTIA achieves place in National Cyber Security Hall of Fame


The Computing Technology Industry Association, better known as CompTIA, has earned a distinguished place in the National Cyber Security Hall (NCSH) of Fame, recognizing its pivotal role in empowering IT professionals to unlock their potential in the realms of security and technology.

The inclusion of CompTIA in the National Cyber Security Hall of Fame is a testament to the widespread impact of its certifications, which have been acquired by over 3.1 million individuals, propelling them towards advancements in their careers.

Expressing gratitude to the NCSH for this prestigious honor, CompTIA is eager to share and celebrate this achievement with its partners, members, and certification alumni within the non-profit organization dedicated to providing professional IT industry certifications.

Delving into its history, CompTIA traces its roots back to 1982 when it was established as an association for enhancing the capabilities of computer dealers. In 2005, the organization underwent a name change, becoming the Computing Technology Industry Association.

It’s worth noting that the National Cyber Security Hall of Fame, founded in 2012 by Larry Letow and Rick Gritz, serves the purpose of identifying and honoring the contributions of individuals in the field of cybersecurity. Operating with the mission to “Respect the Past – Protect the Future,” the NCSH recognizes and celebrates the innovations of individuals and organizations in the cybersecurity domain.

For individuals aspiring to build a career in companies specializing in managed services, obtaining the CompTIA Cybersecurity Trustmark certification can serve as a valuable catalyst, providing a significant boost to their career trajectory.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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