Companies race to tackle widening cybersecurity talent gap

More realistic job requirements and in-house training programs could boost recruitment in face of increased cyber threats

The already sizable shortage in cybersecurity professionals globally has swelled by about 400,000, according to an upcoming report by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium, or ISC2. The non-profit organization, which issues the widely sought-after Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) qualification to cybersecurity professionals around the globe, found that the number of cybersecurity roles required to adequately staff and defend companies

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