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Get a job next month at cyber security career fair in downtown Huntsville

A number of local and national employers will be on hand next month during the National Cyber Summit Cyber Job Fair in Huntsville[1]. The career event will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 7 at the Von Braun Center South Hall. Booz Allen Hamilton, COLSA, Deloitte, DESE Research, SAIC and other companies will be available.

“The shortage of talented cyber security professionals has never been higher,” said Kathleen Smith of ClearedJobs.Net and CyberSecJobs.com. “Job fairs are an effective tool to close the gap of unfilled cyber security positions. We survey the companies attending our job fairs and consistently over 90 percent of them successfully hire talent they meet at the event.”

The event will be open to cleared and non-cleared cyber security professionals and college students enrolled in cyber degree programs. Still Serving Veterans will offer free resume reviews from at the fair. Registration is free. Click here[2] for details.

References

  1. ^ Cyber Job Fair in Huntsville (clearedjobs.net)
  2. ^ Click here (clearedjobs.net)

Get a job next month at cyber security career fair in downtown …

A number of local and national employers will be on hand next month during the National Cyber Summit Cyber Job Fair in Huntsville[1]. The career event will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 7 at the Von Braun Center South Hall. Booz Allen Hamilton, COLSA, Deloitte, DESE Research, SAIC and other companies will be available.

“The shortage of talented cyber security professionals has never been higher,” said Kathleen Smith of ClearedJobs.Net and CyberSecJobs.com. “Job fairs are an effective tool to close the gap of unfilled cyber security positions. We survey the companies attending our job fairs and consistently over 90 percent of them successfully hire talent they meet at the event.”

The event will be open to cleared and non-cleared cyber security professionals and college students enrolled in cyber degree programs. Still Serving Veterans will offer free resume reviews from at the fair. Registration is free. Click here[2] for details.

References

  1. ^ Cyber Job Fair in Huntsville (clearedjobs.net)
  2. ^ Click here (clearedjobs.net)

Two decades later, FBI renews call for info on missing 11-year-old

NEWARK[1] — It’s been more than 25 years[2] since Mark Himebaugh left his mother’s home in Middle Township, reportedly to watch firefighters at work on a nearby marsh blaze.

The Del-Haven resident, then 11, was last seen around 4 p.m. on Nov. 25, 1991 by a security guard at Cape May County Park South[3], who reported Himebaugh was walking with a girl. The only physical trace of him searchers ever discovered was his left sneaker, found on a beach[4] along the Delaware Bay. But FBI officials in Newark aren’t giving up hope of finding out what happened to him. On Thursday they renewed calls for information about Himebaugh in recognition of National Missing Children’s Day, which then-President Ronald Reagan first proclaimed on May 25, 1983.

A federal law passed in 1932 gives the top federal law enforcement agency jurisdiction over mysterious disappearance or kidnapping of a child of “tender age,” a category the FBI said in a statement typically encompasses those age 12 or younger.

The FBI wants help finding these missing people[5]

While there are numerous open cases[6] of missing children in the state, Himebaugh’s disappearance has long vexed authorities, who have described the case as a “non-family abduction” and in 2015 released a sketch[7] of a man they described as a person of interest in his disappearance.

Sketch of a man authorities described as a “person of interest” in the case. (Middle Township Police)

Authorities said the sketch resembled Thomas Butcavage, a convicted sex offender who first became associated with the case in 1993. Butcavage, who prison records show is currently incarcerated in Pennsylvania, has never been charged in connection with Himebaugh’s disappearance. In 2015, authorities also released a recording of a 2010 phone call to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children from a man who said he was the “the son of the witness of the crime,” and indicated “Gilbert Patrick Marie” was involved in Himebaugh’s disappearance. NBC Philadelphia reported the call was placed from a pay phone[8] in Port Richmond area of Philadelphia.

Himebaugh would have celebrated his 37th birthday on Tuesday, according to the FBI.

Authorities have asked anyone with information about Himebaugh, or any missing child, to call the FBI’s Newark Division office at 973-792-3000, their local police department or 911.

Thomas Moriarty may be reached at

References

  1. ^ NEWARK (www.nj.com)
  2. ^ more than 25 years (www.nj.com)
  3. ^ a security guard at Cape May County Park South (www.nj.com)
  4. ^ found on a beach (www.nj.com)
  5. ^ The FBI wants help finding these missing people (www.nj.com)
  6. ^ numerous open cases (www.missingkids.com)
  7. ^ released a sketch (www.nj.com)
  8. ^ the call was placed from a pay phone (www.nbcphiladelphia.com)
  9. ^