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Training for the future

Cybersecurity is a constant challenge for all organizations and businesses no matter how small or large, and for the industry or niche they belong to. There is always a risk of cyber-attack or a security risk. Security training programs play a vital role in overcoming and controlling these security risks. The businesses that have the required resources must implement and offer such training programs to make sure their employees are well-equipped with the proper skills and knowledge that will benefit both the organization and it's employees in long run.

Skills to Battle Cyber Attacks

Cybersecurity is a very technical and skills needed field. A cybersecurity professional would have to learn a diverse set of skills to tackle all kinds of different cyber-attacks and risk situations presented in real life.


How much do cybersecurity professionals make?

The best cybersecurity jobs that are in demand and pay heavily are
Application Security Engineer- that pays $100,000 to $210,000 (a qualified professional can secure a high paying job at hiring companies like AWS or Microsoft's Azure), Network Security Analyst- pays between $90,000 and $150,000, IS Security Manager - pays between $120,00 and $180,000, Cybersecurity Analyst - pay falls between $90,000 and $185,000, Penetration Tester- salary is between $80,000 and $130,000, IS Security Engineer - salary range of $90,000 to $150,000.

Does cybersecurity have a future?

Absolutely! A career in cybersecurity provides a lot of job security. Government cybersecurity institutes have provided special cybersecurity acts and policies that are expected to be followed by all business organizations. These policies encourage the organizations to take safety measures to protect organizational and customer data and strongly imply the organizations to regularly maintain and backup their data and security measures for the preparation of any cyber-attack or breach case. Cybersecurity professionals will continue to be needed to implement and monitor these mandatory security measures.

What does cybersecurity protect against?

The most dangerous cyber threats that are faced today can be broken down into seven categories. These categories are the rise of Ransomware and Cryptolocker, Social Media Scams and Email Threats, Smartphones and the Internet of Things, Business Email Scams, Vulnerabilities, Data and system Breaches , and Phishing Attacks

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