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Would you consider a cyber security certification for your business?


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UK education system failing to support cyber security profession

Countries and companies must act quickly to address the cyber security skills shortage through improvements in education, workforce diversity, trainin 
July 28th 2016
Countries and companies must act quickly to address the cyber security skills shortage through improvements in education, workforce diversity, trainin
Via Computer Weekly.Com

The UK’s IT industry is the least satisfied among its international peers that the country’s education system is supporting the cyber security profession, a report has revealed.

Read more about the cyber skills shortage

Analyst forecasts of a 1.5 million shortfall of information security professionals by 2020 come amid reports of rising salaries, an ageing workforce and the inability to fill existing positions.

Harnessing existing expertise could address the demand for competence in countering cyber security threats.


IT has an ongoing problematic shortage of enterprise cyber security skills.