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Cybersecurity Applicants Struggle to Understand the Business Side of Security

January 3, 2018 | Content Aggregator - Single Slide | Leadership Skills

The adage "good help is hard to find" proves its universality when considering the field of cyber security. Based on the respondent data from the ISACA State of Cybersecurity survey, it is very difficult to find qualified applicants for open cybersecurity positions. Furthermore, the desire to hire experienced individuals who understand the business of cybersecurity and are technically proficient creates a perfect storm of frustration for hiring managers who are trying to fill openings in an arguably young industry.


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