I know the local university (Eastern Michigan University) as an Information Assurance program right now. They're department head (over CS too) is claiming that the IA graduates (even with a BS) are getting 99% job placement, mostly with the government.
I don't know if the trend will continue, but I think a person to be good at security has to have had time in the trenches working on the products in question.
I use the Japanese equivalent for my studies. These are short, daily podcasts that teach you the language. You can pay a nominal fee to get access to the learning center and do flash cards and a lot of other interactive study tools. Innovative Language has a lot of other languages too.
The day you stop learning is the day you start becoming obsolete.
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