Cybersecurity Skills Shortage Is ‘Bad,’ Says Survey

By Amine Mekkaoui,

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According to the survey published by Trustwave titled “How to Minimize the Impact of the Cybersecurity Skills Shortage,” more than half of cybersecurity professionals in a recent survey — 57 percent — reported that the cybersecurity skills shortage is either “bad” or “very bad” at their companies. Created a critical shortage of manpower in the cyber-defense sector are increasing exposure, ferocious growth in cybercrime numbers and a lack of qualified cybersecurity professionals to combat rising threats. In addition to this is the stressful nature of the job which stretches cyber professionals to their limits. All of this is making it challenging for companies to keep up. The prescription, according to the Trustwave report, is a “three-pronged approach of people, process and technology.”

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