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12/13/2017
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Dawn Kawamoto
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8 Steps for Building an IT Security Career Path Program

A cybersecurity career-path program can help with talent retention and recruitment.
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Identify an HR Partner

Teaming up with your organization's HR partner should be among the first steps taken when developing a career path program, says Simone Petrella, chief cyberstrategy officer for CyberVista.

Your HR partner will play a key role in the arduous task of mapping your current and future positions to a matrix of all cybersecurity positions at your organization, and may know of automation tools that can speed the process, cybersecurity career experts say. 

Additionally, HR partners will play a role in creating cybersecurity jobs and training programs, Petrella says.

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Identify an HR Partner

Teaming up with your organization's HR partner should be among the first steps taken when developing a career path program, says Simone Petrella, chief cyberstrategy officer for CyberVista.

Your HR partner will play a key role in the arduous task of mapping your current and future positions to a matrix of all cybersecurity positions at your organization, and may know of automation tools that can speed the process, cybersecurity career experts say.

Additionally, HR partners will play a role in creating cybersecurity jobs and training programs, Petrella says.

Image Source: Rawpixel.com via Shutterstock

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Where to use?
and where is it better to use? in what cases and what types or business ?
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