Expanding the Frontier of Cybersecurity

Colorado Springs, home to the National Cybersecurity Center, is rapidly becoming a national leader in cybersecurity commerce, employment and innovation. The city’s unique position as a diverse hub for IT companies, higher education and national defense has created a thriving environment for the cybersecurity industry to flourish, benefiting job seekers, entrepreneurs and established companies in the process. Learn more about how the Colorado Springs is expanding its cybersecurity assets!

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Becoming a National
Leader in Cybersecurity

Expanding job growth to approximately 7,000 open cybersecurity positions by 2024
Recruiting the nation’s top cyber talent to Colorado Springs
Positioning Colorado Springs as the most secure city in the nation
Attracting new cybersecurity businesses to the region

"With over 100 private cybersecurity companies here and as the home of the National Cybersecurity Center, Colorado Springs is positioned as a national cybersecurity leader. Our military installations, high quality educational institutions and numerous private contractors together make Colorado Springs rich in resources that can support missions both across the nation and right here
in the Pikes Peak region."

John Suthers, Mayor, Colorado Springs

The Growing List of Cybersecurity Assets in Colorado Springs

125+ Cybersecurity Companies
3,000+ Cybersecurity Workers
5 Military Installations
#1 "Most Innovative Cybersecurity Company in the World"
Root9B (Cybersecurity Ventures 2017)

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We have one of the best high-tech workforces in the country,
and that's essential if you're going to be a high-tech entrepreneur.

- Vance Brown, CEO of the National Cybersecurity Center