The shortage of IT security professionals is negatively affecting organizations as they struggle to keep assets safe in an era of rising threats and increasing IT complexity. These were the results of global survey of 1,000 cybersecurity professional…
by Nik Hewitt •
The rising demand for cybersecurity professionals As if the skill shortfall in cybersecurity wasn’t bad enough, the employment landscape is shifting rapidly. This shift is due, in part, to historically low unemployment claims, unrivaled quit rates, and swathes of baby boomers and older Gen X experts retiring – commonly known in HR circles as The […]
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by Nik Hewitt •
Times have changed In recent years the job of Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) has become more and more frenetic and involved. Already stretched CISOs have the added responsibilities of employee management in a time of a global pandemic, staff retention when priorities have changed and home-working has become the norm, and meeting ever more […]
The most relevant cybersecurity threat to most businesses may be human, not technical. A sudden wave of cybercrime paired with longstanding tech labor challenges has created a cybersecurity skills gap, leaving companies without the expertise they need….
by Julie Smith •
A career in cybersecurity guarantees many things: Job stability, competitive compensation and room for growth, just to name a few. Cybersecurity professionals are drawn to the fact that they are part of something bigger, working to stop adversaries an…
by Emanuel Ghebreyesus •
Many UK business and technology executives aren’t hopeful about their digital security going into 2022. In a survey of 3,600 business and technology executives, of which 257 were from the UK, PwC learned that a majority (61%) of respondents expected to…
by Jon Lucas •
Today’s businesses are no stranger to innovation. From enhancing products and services with cutting-edge technologies to honing productivity with cloud-based applications and new ways of networking, innovation has become a key differentiator across vi…
Cybersecurity is never static, and that’s especially true today. After widespread and frequent disruptions in the past few years, the cyber defense landscape is shifting. Favored attack vectors are changing, new threats are emerging, and organizations …
by Jennifer Gregory •
Employees looking for cybersecurity jobs with the federal government can now use a new system and process. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently launched its Cybersecurity Talent Management System (CTMS), which is more than a new system or website. The CTMS represents a new approach to hiring in the industry. Cyberattacks are on the […]
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by Arianna DeLeon •
Dear future interns (and intern employers), Everyone says, “do what you love”; but when the world is your oyster, where do you start? We are Arianna De Leon and Kaylin Hiatt and last summer we started our careers as marketing interns at Imperva. We come from very different backgrounds and had very different experiences on […]
Take a glance on social media on any given day, and we’ll hear from commentators stating how there is a (cyber) skills gap and that it must be addressed if we are to meet the challenges we are all increasingly facing. Let’s be clear about something be…
by David Bisson •
It’s time to look at the industry skills gap differently. More and more digital native young people could potentially be coming into the industry with the right skills, but several elements block their progress. Professionals already in place need to smooth the road for them. That might involve changing some assumptions about hiring, but in […]
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