November 13, 2018 | Content Aggregator - Single Slide | Team Structure and Management
Almost half of the cybersecurity professionals surveyed say that the biggest skill gap in today’s cybersecurity talent pool is their inability to understand the business. Only about a third (34%) say they lack the required technical skills, and just 17 percent say they lack the appropriate communication skills.
What factors affect the budget for a security team's training, and is it possible to use training as a retention tool? In this Ask-an-Expert written response, IANS Faculty Rich Guida offers some guidelines.
The average salary for a chief information security officer in Canada is C$145,087, with the top 10 percent earning C$202,000.
Some 35 percent of organization take six months or more to fill cybersecurity positions with a qualified candidate or cannot fill them at all. Another 41 percent take two to three months to fill the role.