Six steps for creating a work environment that challenges, stimulates, rewards, and constantly engages employees fighting the good fight against cybercriminals. When it comes to cybersecurity, there are two common truths any executive will tell you. First, there is a well-documented shortfall of 3 million workers in the industry — too many jobs for too
There are many theories around the talent gap in cyber security – some say there is a talent shortage, some say there is a skills gap, and others believe recruiters and/or those hiring don’t know what they’re looking for — among a plethora of other opinions. Regardless, it was a critical topic of discussion in
If your company truly is a great place to work, make sure your help-wanted ads steer clear of these common job-listing cliches.
If you’ve ever bought a house or participated in online dating, you may be familiar with the creative ways people euphemistically stretch the truth, or how they’ll bore you to tears with
If we don’t change our ways, the gap will keep getting worse. Outside-the-box thinking and new techniques are required, and here are a few ways to get started. Companies are facing an immediate and critical shortage of trained cybersecurity workers at a time when threats of all kinds are on the rise. This shortfall doesn’t
After surveying over 800 senior IT and business professionals concerning their organizations’ IT spending plans and priorities over the next 12 to 18 months, ESG reported that: “Cyber security is one of the top areas of IT skills shortages.” This is the seventh year ESG has asked senior IT decision makers about the areas in