In today’s digital world, infosec professionals need to be on top of their skills to protect themselves and their company’s assets online. There are numerous training paths and a large series of practical training courses that can teach you the right skills and hands-on know-how, but whether you are on the defensive or offensive side, here are the top skills next-level infosec pros should have:
IT Security requires professionals to have a certain set of skills. It is usually not a single training that transforms you into an IT Security expert. There are different training paths, a series of time-tested training courses, that can teach you the right skills and hands-on know-how.
With constantly evolving cyber threats, it’s hard to keep being on top of all the new IT security techniques. It’s no surprise that the infosec skills gap is real but good to see that many are seeing it as an opportunity to switch career paths or solidify future growth with education.
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Since eLearnSecurity was born, we’ve always made it our utmost priority to bring our students high-caliber training through our online IT security courses and virtual labs. To ensure that we’re constantly staying true to that cause, we continuously look to the community for some real, honest feedback.
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We are glad to announce that we will be at GISEC 2016, if you are in the Middle East region or planning to visit Dubai, we will be happy to see you at the event!
The Gulf Information Security Expo and Conference (GISEC) is the region’s large-scale information security platform, assembling industry, government and thought leaders to tackle threats, issues and countermeasures where the key industry decision makers have the chance to meet companies providing world-leading solutions across dedicated industry verticals.
There are lots of articles in the news recently about how in demand IT security professionals are. And there’s also a great concern about the shortage of experts in the cyber security industry to meet this demand.
According to a 2015 analysis of numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics by Peninsula Press, a project of the Stanford University Journalism Program, there are more than 209,000 cybersecurity jobs in the U.S.