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Cybersecurity and Networking Staffing Company CIBR Warriors Launches Nationwide

Firm aims to connect qualified candidates with essential positions to help fill 3.5 million cybersecurity jobs expected to go unfilled in 2021

HOLLY SPRINGS, North Carolina – CIBR Warriors has officially launched nationwide to help businesses across the country protect their programs and safeguard their systems through hiring specialized cybersecurity and IT networking professionals. The experienced team at CIBR Warriors works directly with businesses of all sizes and industries to assess their cybersecurity profile and services, and recruit a perfect candidate for its security and connectivity needs. With an estimated 3.5 million cybersecurity jobs expected to go unfilled this year, CIBR Warriors is helping to fill this gap by identifying skilled new team members to arm businesses to take on today’s challenges in cybersecurity and network administration. 

Since the onset of COVID-19, the Federal Bureau of Investigation announced a 300 percent increase in reported cybercrimes – pointing to the urgent need for cybersecurity professionals in nearly every business and industry. Without such protections, cybercrimes can ravage businesses storing customer information, financial data, proprietary products and other sensitive information. 

Industry leaders throughout the U.S. have relied on team members from  CIBR Warriors to build their organizations across the country and further their careers for over 30 years. With a combined total of 90 years of IT staffing experience, the CIBR Warriors team brings a breadth of knowledge, deep industry ties and a track record of success filling difficult, specialized positions. In addition to permanent, full-time employee staffing, the CIBR Warriors team can also assist with contract solutions and contract-to-hire solutions in the cybersecurity and network administrations fields. 

“With businesses relying on technology for their communications, security, data storage and daily operations, especially in 2021, they need professionals who can keep networks and servers running smoothly and maintaining top-notch data security,” said Scott Garfield, executive vice president of CIBR Warriors. “After spending a quarter of century specifically in the staffing industry, I am more convinced than ever of the positive impact the right hire can make in the success of a company, especially in this field.” 

CIBR Warriors, the new cybersecurity and IT networking staff augmentation service’s name, stands for the Cyber Institute for Battle Readiness – a nod to the ever-changing landscape of IT and the combined defensive and offensive mindset needed to fight cybercrimes. In addition to providing traditional staffing services for highly specialized roles,  CIBR Warriors also boosts a unique advantage through its partnership with national IT training leader MyComputerCareer. Committed to doing the job thoroughly and well, CIBR Warriors will provide ongoing training opportunities to ensure candidates remain current with changing technologies and are able to perform above industry standards for added levels of security.

“The IT sector is booming, and CIBR allows us to fill in the security job gaps in companies across the country for better protection, higher quality work and a true partnership,” said Tony Galati, CEO of CIBR Warriors. Galati is also the founder of MyComputerCareer, one of the most successful IT career colleges in the US. “We are excited to work with businesses across the U.S. to fill open positions, saving valuable company time and money while connecting them with their ideal team member.”

CIBR Warriors is actively working with companies and placing strategic hires starting this month. For more information for those seeking assistance securing a job in IT or prospective business partners with immediate or long-term roles to fill, visit www.cibrwarriors.com

About CIBR Warriors: 

CIBR Warriors is a leading cybersecurity and networking staffing company providing workforce solutions for businesses nationwide. The team at CIBR Warriors connects its vast network of highly skilled cybersecurity and networking professionals with a business’s specific hiring needs – creating an ideal working relationship and saving companies valuable time and money. For more information, visit www.cibrwarriors.com

 

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