martes, 25 de marzo de 2014

Orange Flower(ISC)² Global Information Security Workforce Study 2013

The (ISC)² Global Information Security Workforce Study reflects the opinions of the dynamic information security workforce. It is the largest study of its kind and provides detailed insight into important trends and opportunities within the information security profession. It aims to provide a clear understanding of pay scales, skills gaps, training requirements, corporate hiring practices, security budgets, career progression and corporate attitude toward information security that is of use to companies, hiring managers and information security professionals.  

(ISC)² GISWS Report Reveals Diverse Skill Sets are Essential for Information Security Professionals Today

 
According to a new (ISC)² report, "Critical Times Demand Critical Skills: An analysis of the skills gap in information security," technical skills are not the most important factor contributing to the success of an information security professional. Communication skills are #1 according to respondents. Security analyst was identified as the top need in terms of shortages by job title. The report also analyzed the skills gap by region, industry vertical, and company size to define the specific challenges that contribute to this gap.

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