Maximize Your Employability as an Information Security Professional

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As information security becomes an increasingly acknowledged concern for organizations, it has become a field in which demand for qualified professionals exceeds supply.

The recent CompTIA’s 10th Annual Information Security Trends study found that intent to hire in security is strong, with 49 percent of companies saying that they intend to hire information security specialists.

The evolution of information security as a discipline calls for industry professionals to have both technical and business skillsets, not forgetting the importance of communication skills. According to industry associations and hiring managers, however, finding industry professionals who have evolved to reflect these requirements is not easy

This webinar will:

  • Take a look at current education and training for information security professionals
  • Identify exactly where the skills gap lies
  • Advise information security professionals how to maximize their employability

 

Speakers

John Colley

MD EMEA, (ISC)²

    Ryan Halstead

    Security Services Manager, Information Assurance,

      Amar Singh

      CISO and Founder Cyber Management Alliance and Give01Day, Cyber Management Alliance

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