Cyber professionals are in urgent demand. Reports warn that there will be 1.8 million unfilled cyber positions by 2022. Specific skills for cybersecurity work are ever-evolving against current threats, and academic institutions and skill framework systems struggle to update their guides and curricula to keep pace with the changes.
There is a better way to assess talent and aptitude for cyber work. This webinar poses solutions for closing this knowledge and people gap, offering actionable tips that cyber leaders can apply to identify the skills and talent required to build a successful cyber workforce—while setting the stage for long-term job satisfaction in the industry. Topics include:
- Holistic skill assessment: Soft skills may be a better indicator for cyber success than technical prowess.
- Competency mapping: What skills do they have now and where can they go next? Long-term thinking promotes longer, more satisfying cyber careers.
- Assessment structure and planning: What aptitudes align with successful cyber work? How often are skills and aptitudes assessed? How do these assessments align with global industry standards?