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How to Combat the Security Skills Shortage

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A higher volume of online attacks and a dearth of security professionals make it difficult for organizations to protect themselves. CenturyLinks Cybersecurity Architect Jeffrey Krone explains how outsourcing can help companies get the talent, scale, and expertise they need.

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Alishasays,
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9/1/2017 | 6:46:49 AM
Be risk free, get audited
As the technology is advancing, we are exposed to more and more security breaches. As IT security professionals, we also feel there is a huge lack of skilled security professionals who can help organizations from the external attacks and data breaches. According to a survey, India needs 77000 hackers per year. In this case, we can say there is a hugu demand for security researchers and ethical hackers in our country. While conducting audit for many companies, we have reported vulnerabilities and deadly loophole which might end up in damaging reputation for the company.

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