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Making sense of cybersecurity qualifications

Organizations push for equitable and transparent credentials. Several credentialing initiatives are in the works to make cybersecurity credentials easier to understand and classify according to their value.

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Job seekers beware of recruiters

Paying a recruiter to find you a job could leave you the victim of a scam. Trending scams that could leave N00bs paying to stay unemployed.

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Believe your employer doesn’t know about your legal problems? Think again

Companies hire a third party to scour public databases to make sure employees are not getting into legal trouble that would impact their jobs. But is it ethical? Experts explain.

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CIO Career Coach: Changing the culture in IT

If you don't own your organization's culture, one will manifest itself. And changes need to come from the top. CIO.com contributor Martha Heller discusses the challenges IT leaders face when shaping the culture.

Top 4 reasons to become a CISSP

Why IT security pros should join the growing ranks of Certified Information Systems Security Professionals.

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Job seekers on ZipRecruiter being targeted by scams via email and text

Right now, thousands of people are looking for a new job online. Some of them just want a change, but others are looking for a stable income to support themselves and their families. Scammers are targeting job seekers with precision,...

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The 20 highest-paying markets for cyber security engineers

IT security professionals are in high demand in most job markets, but some metropolitan areas are better than others when it comes to offering a top pay check. Randstat recently released its annual IT salary study, which looked at the...

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National cyber competition reveals top security talent

University of Maryland, Baltimore County takes ranks first place in 2017 National Collegiate Cyber Defense Championship. Find out how they did it.

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What it takes to become a data security strategist

Data security strategist is a fast-growing career, and one that will get even hotter as data from AI and IoT inititiatives pours into enterprises.

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Why you should study security in college

An expert at Brown University provides a counterpoint to an earlier story on why you don't need to study security in college.

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What it takes to become a security systems administrator

There are many more openings for security systems administrators than qualified applicants. That creates opportunities for IT professionals willing to get the training and certification.

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What it takes to become an application security engineer

Application security engineers earn more money than application engineers and are in high demand, but the job requires additional training in security.

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Cyberwarfare conferences and events calendar for 2017

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Cybersecurity salaries for sales engineers are $180,000 to $220,000 in 2017

In the top five major metros - New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, and Philadelphia - experienced cybersecurity engineers with more than eight years of experience are earning an average annual salary of $135,000.

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Cybersecurity engineer among the hottest IT jobs on the market

Live in or around one of the five largest metro areas in the U.S.? Here’s what you can expect to make in three of the hottest IT roles around.

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5 hard truths about employee engagement

CIO.com senior writer, Sarah White digs into recent research to look at the impact employee engagement has on your business and the economy as a whole.

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Security engineer among 15 unfilled tech jobs that cost the U.S. billions

What's the overall cost of unfilled technology jobs? New research from Glassdoor shows it's in the billions.

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Quarter of firms can't fill open infosec positions

The information security industry hasn't made any significant strides in addressing the workforce shortage, according to a report released this morning by ISACA.

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