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The cybersecurity analyst has become the third most valuable job description in the technology industry. The increasing security incidents to IT infrastructure, the demand for accountability from end-users, and the financial cost of successful breaches are significant reasons enterprises and startups are taking cybersecurity seriously. Ambitious professionals who choose a career in IT security are reaping the benefits of securing operating systems and deployed IT infrastructure.
To go alongside our upcoming webinar, How to Get a Job in IT, Datashield is sharing open job positions within our company and our partners RSA, SentinelOne, Google Chronicle, ExtraHop, Microsoft, Proofpoint, Digital Shadows, and Vmware Carbon Black.
Cybersecurity has a reputation for being one of the most lucrative job fields and easily accessible software to learn on. But finding reliable, traditional courses can be hard to find. Traditional college degrees and certification programs can often be expensive for professionals looking to see if cybersecurity is the right field for their career.
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There is a lot more to cyber security than just hacking... So… Everyone wants to be a penetration tester! Lately I’ve been speaking at events, conducting interviews, mentoring new security professionals and students and every single person when asked how they want their career to progress or what they are interested in doing, like clockwork every single person says, “penetration tester”. Maybe I’m the only one, but this is a huge pet peeve of mine!