The cybersecurity skills gap: how to close it faster, smarter and discover untapped tech talent
Even before the current global pandemic, demand for cybersecurity professionals far outstripped supply. In Europe, there’s a shortage of 291,000 such professionals . In the US, the situation is even starker, with a pre-COVID-19 skills gap of four million .
And the situation is about to get worse. Lockdown has forced companies to accelerate their digital transformation programmes – on average by six years . In almost all areas of business, from e-commerce  to payments , to the sudden pivot to work from home , companies across the world are ditching the analogue and adopting the digital in more areas than ever before.
And whether they’re providing payments, e-commerce platforms, remote employee access, or something else entirely, all the companies making these changes – and the service providers who work for them – will need to secure their systems and their data. And that means even fiercer competition for cybersecurity pros and – if the industry doesn’t do something quickly – even more unfilled security roles. So what can the tech sector do to find more security pros right now?
For most organisations, Active Directory (AD) is the key to identity and access management, which means it is vital that it stays operational and secure. Unfortunately, AD faces a surplus of risks every single day. Whether from ever-frequent cyber and ransomware attacks or critical misconfigurations, effective AD cybersecurity risk management can be a daunting endeavour.
Join us for this FREE live webinar on 14 June, where we'll discuss the threats and potential risks you face in your AD environment. See for yourself how to measure AD risk using a risk register (5x5) as well as learn ways you can mitigate those risks to ensure true cyber resilience.