November 15, 2018 | Content Aggregator - Single Slide | Team Structure and Management
The biggest factor causing cybersecurity professionals to leave their current jobs is a better salary or bonus, according to 82 percent of cybersecurity professionals. Other leading factors include a promotion and development opportunities (57%), a better work culture or environment (46%) and flexible work policies (37%).
Securing the business after a major international acquisition is no easy feat. In this Ask-an-Expert written response, IANS Faculty Rich Guida steps through the process and offers tips for ensuring both staff and tool integration goes smoothly.
Within information security, risk management analysts make an average salary of $60,000 in the U.S. Like most infosec roles, San Francisco leads the way with a median salary of just over $86,000, while Washington D.C. comes in at $79,000.
What's the best way to gauge the cost of a data breach to a financial services organization? In this Ask-an-Expert written response, IANS Faculty Rebecca Herold says it's important to consider common hard costs (direct, residual, etc.) in addition to softer, harder to measure impacts (e.g., brand damage and difficulty hiring).