IEEE-CS and ACM announced Computing Curricula 2020 (CC2020) on Feb. 2021 as the global undergraduate curricula guideline in computer engineering, computer science, information system, information technology, software engineering, cybersecurity, and data science (under development). And, SFIA Foundation announced SFIA V7 in 2018 which is the world's most widely accepted skill framework for IT industries. SFIA V7 has 102 skills with Digital Transformation view, DevOps view, Big data/Data science view, Software engineering view, and Cyber security view. Today, the university has CC2020 as the latest university curriculum guideline, meanwhile, the industry side announced SFIA V7 to define industry-required competencies in skills. But, no comparison between CC2020 and SFIA is accomplished. In this paper, CC2020 and SFIA V7 are matched to see how the latest undergraduate curricula and industry-required skills are related. Besides, the SFIA V7 Digital Transformation skills view is assessed and how CC2020 competencies are satisfying in this hot and important industry topic.