Here are the top three cybersecurity issues and what you can do to safeguard your company from attack. Cybersecurity demands continuous employee training, upskilling and certifications to ensure that cloud server configurations are secure.
You’re good at what you do, but what do you do when you need to hire someone who is really good at something you know nothing about? This will happen to every good company and every hiring manager at some point, and you need to be ready!
Leaving military service is a big transition for most U.S. military personnel. Becoming a civilian means reassessing education, deciding a career path to pursue, and then working your way back up the ladder.
Cybersecurity is an excellent option for many U.S. veterans. Not only is the IT security field rapidly growing, but it’s a field that pays well, with a median salary of $99k. Plus, veterans may have an advantage over civilians, as they were likely trained in military security procedures and are well-versed in tackling issues systematically. Plus, veterans might already have security clearance, which can make getting federal-level jobs easier to get and shorten onboarding time.
Looking for cybersecurity jobs? Get CompTIA A+ certified
A CompTIA A+ certification is a great way to grow or establish your career in cybersecurity. Learn all about what the A+ certification is, the reasons to get certified and the benefits of doing so, andcourse material and prerequisites.
COVID-19 hasn’t made things easier for businesses, many of which have been forced to pivot their workforce to remote work. That means that employees who may not have secure home WiFi networks, or who might use their work computers for personal purposes like online schooling to securely access the company network from home, are on the front lines of keeping their employer secure. It is important to take the neccesasry measures and precausions to ensure that your business and employees are safe in the changed digital landscape.
There aren't enough good guys
Hacker's aren't just a fringe threat a small portion of the population has to deal with anymore. They're a very real problem that both countries and companies must defend themselves against. In order to fight back against them, it's vital to recognize why they're often so successful, so let's dive into the reasons why hackers currently have the upper hand.