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66% of Cybersecurity Professionals Want More Training

August 23, 2018 | Content Aggregator - Single Slide | Security Awareness, Phishing, Social Engineering

Two-thirds of security workers surveyed said they could still use some training to handle the security functions that they’re required to do. Meanwhile, about 34% believe they have the skills they need to do their job effectively.
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