Since September 2016, job postings that mention cybersecurity as a skill have increased 192%. What’s driving this growth? Which MSA’s have the most demand? And what else do we need to know about this critical, emerging field? Learn more.
As data breaches come fast and furious, so too does the need for special analysts to counter them. And thanks to a new cybersecurity certificate program at College of Marin in the North Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area, everyone—from IT technicians seeking a skills upgrade, to college-bound computer lovers—now has the perfect opportunity to gain a valuable credential.
The next world war, it has been said, won’t be fought with bullets and bombs, but with bits and bytes. That’s not hard to imagine. In a hyper-digitalized, increasingly interconnected world, the menace of cyber theft, fraud, and abuse has never been greater. The FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center receives 300,000 complaints a year, totaling […]
From 2009-2012, information security analysts added more than 15,000 new jobs, which amounts to 5% growth. The average wage is quite high ($36 per hour) and there are now nearly 314,000 of these jobs in the U.S.