1.8 million workforce shortage in cyber security by 2022: Study – ET CIO

Chennai: Cyber threats have evolved rapidly in recent times, and are no longer the domain of a limited number of skilled individuals. Readymade malware kits have substantially lowered the bar for cyber criminals as lacking the technical know-how is no longer a barrier. In 2015, Frost & Sullivan had forecast a 1.5 million worker shortage by 2020.

Link: 1.8 million workforce shortage in cyber security by 2022: Study – ET CIO
via cio.economictimes.indiatimes.com

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