How can we inspire the next generation of cybercrime fighters? IT professionals, teachers and parents must drive cybersecurity career awareness among students in all levels of education.
In an effort to reduce the cybersecurity skills gap, the Girl Scouts are offering an 18-badge program to help young women discover STEM interest and opportunities.
A recent study revealed that 84 percent of IT professionals are considering seeking new cybersecurity employment due to lack of respect within their current organization and other motivating factors.
The cybersecurity talent gap is growing, according to a recent study, making it difficult for organizations to achieve security goals despite increasing awareness of its importance.
Many organizations across multiple sectors are creating new collar job opportunities to embrace the skills of aspiring professionals who lack traditional four-year college degrees.
IBM will take part in the first Cyber Careers Show in London on Jan. 17, 2018 to educate and recruit prospective security professionals in an effort to help close the security skills gap.
Cybersecurity Skills Wanted: Investigative and Analytical Minds, Lifelong Learners, Protectors and Consultants
To keep up with the growing shortage of cybersecurity skills, companies are looking to tap new sources of talent, such as students and new collar workers.
A great way to bolster the dwindling cybersecurity workforce is to hire professionals who lack technical degrees but offer fresh perspectives.
On this holiday, see what our contributors are thankful for in the world of cybersecurity, including improved security awareness and continued innovation.
IBM is embracing the idea that retired military personnel can help fill the cyber skills gap and serve as leaders in the security industry.