Frost & Sullivan’s 2015 (ISC)2 Global Information Security Workforce Study estimates an international information security workforce shortfall of 1.5 million people during the next five years due to a lack of trained professionals.  In the USEOC Report identified above, projections for Selected STEM occupations with fast employment growth, projected 2012-22, Information Security Analysts have a 37% projected growth rate (currently 75,100 jobs annually and 102,500 jobs created annually by 2022), with a Median Annual Wage in 2013 of $88,590.00.  Global Information Security Workforce Sub-Reports issued by various industry groups (to include (ISC)2) cite the consistent underrepresentation of African Americans and Hispanics in STEM careers.  Only some 6% of STEM workers are African American compared to an overall 10% of the U.S. workforce.  Similarly, Hispanics comprise only 7% of the STEM workforce while making up 15% of the U.S. workforce.  In the past, human bias was understood to be largely a conscious and intentional reason for such gross underrepresentation.  New research from the fields of neuroscience and sociology now suggest that human biases are largely unconscious and unintentional.