The talent shortage in the IT industry is nothing new. Yet, with organizations facing growing security threats of all kinds, the cybersecurity industry must find a way to overcome a skills and resources gap of mammoth proportions that makes them more susceptible to the increasingly sophisticated attacks waged by cybercriminals the world over.
With several million positions open around the world and too few programs offering comprehensive training to develop and cross-train new security practitioners, companies must take steps to bridge their own internal weaknesses.
We’ve been offering cutting-edge threat intelligence and expert defense against cyberattacks since 2002, and in that time, we’ve seen plenty of recommendations come up and just as quickly get dismissed to address and repair the skills and resources gap in the cybersecurity industry.
Read this paper to learn six practical approaches that can help you combine technological and human intervention to bridge the multi-million-person cybersecurity talent shortage.