Here we are in the age of digitization where a changing business model provides new revenue and value-producing opportunities, connectivity keeps growing, business benefits are through the roof and fresh cyber-attack vectors abound. With an abundance of data, manufacturers keep learning new ways to hit markets with their products and develop ideas to creatively produce products to save more money and energy while increasing profits.
While there is a global shortage of cyber security professionals, the number just increases year on year. There is a predicted global shortfall of 3.5 million cyber security jobs by 2021, up from 1 million openings last year. On top of that, 51 percent of organizations report having a problematic shortage of cyber security skills in 2018, up from 45 percent in 2017.
In this eGuide, we discuss some of the best practices that enterprises and their boards can consider to tackle the ever-increasing skills gap.
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