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GDPR: Overview of Top Compliance Challenges

Security professionals indicate that the most significant challenges their organizations faced in getting ready for GDPR were meeting the strict data security requirements, internal training, and the evolving enforcement regulations that come with GDPR.

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Why Cybersecurity Professionals Leave Their Current Roles

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%).

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Cybersecurity Salaries: Risk Management Analyst

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.

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Cybersecurity Salaries: Security Architect

Security architects earn a median salary of $132,000 nationally, with San Francisco the high-water mark with a median salary of $160,000. Washington D.C. comes in second among major metropolitan areas with a median salary of $145,000.

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2018 Data Breaches: Total Number Down 23%, Exposed Records Up 126%

The number of breaches reported in the U.S. in 2018 was down 23 percent, from 1,632 to 1,244. However, the number of personally identifiable information (PII) records exposed in 2018 jumped 126 percent from 197.6 million to 446.5 million.