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Learn more about the impending shortage of qualified cybersecurity professionals and ways to ensure your IT security staff is prepared for it

 

A shortage in the global cybersecurity workforce continues to be a problem for companies in all industries and of all sizes. In fact, this shortage remains the number one job concern for those working in the field. That’s not surprising given that 2018 was “the year of the megabreach.” Municipalities are getting hit hard by ransomware, and mobile malware attacks have doubled.

In an era of high-profile data breaches and devastating cyberattacks, cybersecurity impacts every individual and every organization. But (ISC)² research also shows that those in the field are optimistic that those challenges can be overcome—if organizations take the right approach to growing the workforce and building strong cybersecurity teams.

For the first time, the 2019 (ISC)² Cybersecurity Workforce Study estimates the current cybersecurity workforce in addition to calculating the worldwide shortage of trained professionals, giving organizations worldwide a better understanding of what’s required for success in the cybersecurity age.

Join us for this upcoming webinar, led by (ISC)² Director of Cybersecurity Advocacy John McCumber, which will dive into:

  • An overview of the 2019 (ISC)² Cybersecurity Workforce Study
  • The numbers and key findings from the study
  • The methodology behind the research
  • Potential solutions to the shortage of trained cybersecurity professionals

The Cybersecurity Workforce Shortage & How We Can Combat It

Date: Wednesday, February 12th

Start: 12:30pm ET / 9:30am PT

End: 1:30pm ET / 10:30am PT

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Register now for this educational webinar to learn how we can tackle the impending shortage in the cybersecurity workforce and ensure your IT security staff have the right skills to combat current and future cyber threats.

     
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