Many companies, including IBM, are taking a new collar approach and recruiting ex-military personnel to fill woefully understaffed cybersecurity positions.
Companies can use incident response training programs such as capture the flag and red on blue exercises to bridge the cybersecurity skills gap.
With 1.8 million IT positions set to go unfilled by 2022, closing the industry's gender gap can go a long way toward closing the cybersecurity skills gap.
To reduce the effects of the cybersecurity skills gap, organizations should ditch traditional recruiting methods and think outside the box.
Businesses and government agencies across all industries face a cybersecurity skills crisis. Can AI and machine learning help solve the problem?
To close the cybersecurity skills gap, a large company with considerable funds can simply acquire another organization and conscript its IT talent.
Companies need to fill cybersecurity jobs, but skilled candidates are few and far between. What can businesses do to bridge the gap?
IBM is leading an industrywide effort to close the IT skills gap by hiring new collar professionals who lack formal degrees but possess requisite skills.
Security professionals have an opportunity to connect with potential hires and shorten the skills gap if they reach out to local educators and schools.
The following are six reasons that the vocational advice for young professionals today should be, "Consider a career in cybersecurity."