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Top 5 Cybersecurity Skills you Need in 2018

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Security Analysis and Investigation to Cloud Security Architecture skills are among the key IT security skills needed next year as CIOs ramp up hiring.
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1. Security Analysis and Investigation
IT professionals who possess a natural curiosity and love to solve mysteries may be well-suited for this 2018 shift that calls for threat hunting and incident response skills, career and job experts say.

In an ESG/ISSA report, Through the Eyes of Cybersecurity Professionals, 33% of the 371 survey respondents said their organization had an acute shortage of security analysis and investigation skills.

Cybersecurity professionals should drill down into digital forensic skills for identifying and isolating ransomware, as well as state-sponsored attacks, for instance.

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2. Cloud Security
Although the need for organizations to possess cloud security architecture skills is not exactly new, the demand is expected to continue to grow next year. Cloud security architect skills are in demand the most, especially if your organization works with certain cloud platforms, such as Microsoft's Azure and Amazon's AWS.
Twenty-two percent of survey respondents in the ESG/ISSA report listed cloud security skills as in short supply.

Here are few course to help you know more about Cloud Security and Certifications
3. Secure Application Development
In the ESG/ISSA report, 32% of survey respondents noted a sharp shortage of application development security skills at their organization. As more companies develop applications - including mobile apps - there is a constant and growing call for organizations to bake security into their development process from the get-go, rather than adding it later on, say career and job experts. As a result, app developers may find themselves facing a need to learn some security skills.

App development security skills tend to comprise 15% to 20% of employer job requests.
4. IoT Security
IoT devices present a large landscape for attack surfaces because the software for these devices are usually not secure. The IoT skills needed are ones to secure the platforms and devices, and the inter connectivity of these devices and systems. Network administrators, for example, may not view printers as IoT devices, which can be at risk for an attack. As a result, network administrators and chief security architects, with a view across all the endpoints, need to have IoT security skills, say career and job experts.
5. Data Management and Analytics
Data scientists and IT professionals with data management predictive-analytics skills are the best suited for picking up cybersecurity data management skills.

The volume of data companies manage today is overwhelming. To respond to vulnerabilities and threats is hard to do when you have so much data in your environment. Hence, security data management and analytic skills are in sharp demand.

Report: https://www.mytechlogy.com/view/www.esg-global.com/hubfs/issa/ESG-ISSA-Research-Report_State-of-the-Industry-Dec-2016.pdf


Security Analysis and Investigation to Cloud Security Architecture skills are among the key IT security skills needed next year as CIOs ramp up hiring.

Top 5 Cybersecurity Skills you Need in 2018 - Image 1

1. Security Analysis and Investigation

IT professionals who possess a natural curiosity and love to solve mysteries may be well-suited for this 2018 shift that calls for threat hunting and incident response skills, career and job experts say.

In an ESG/ISSA report, Through the Eyes of Cybersecurity Professionals, 33% of the 371 survey respondents said their organization had an acute shortage of security analysis and investigation skills.

Cybersecurity professionals should drill down into digital forensic skills for identifying and isolating ransomware, as well as state-sponsored attacks, for instance.

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2. Cloud Security

Although the need for organizations to possess cloud security architecture skills is not exactly new, the demand is expected to continue to grow next year. Cloud security architect skills are in demand the most, especially if your organization works with certain cloud platforms, such as Microsoft's Azure and Amazon's AWS.

Twenty-two percent of survey respondents in the ESG/ISSA report listed cloud security skills as in short supply.

Here are few course to help you know more about Cloud Security and Certifications

3. Secure Application Development

In the ESG/ISSA report, 32% of survey respondents noted a sharp shortage of application development security skills at their organization. As more companies develop applications - including mobile apps - there is a constant and growing call for organizations to bake security into their development process from the get-go, rather than adding it later on, say career and job experts. As a result, app developers may find themselves facing a need to learn some security skills.

App development security skills tend to comprise 15% to 20% of employer job requests.

4. IoT Security

IoT devices present a large landscape for attack surfaces because the software for these devices are usually not secure. The IoT skills needed are ones to secure the platforms and devices, and the inter connectivity of these devices and systems. Network administrators, for example, may not view printers as IoT devices, which can be at risk for an attack. As a result, network administrators and chief security architects, with a view across all the endpoints, need to have IoT security skills, say career and job experts.

5. Data Management and Analytics

Data scientists and IT professionals with data management predictive-analytics skills are the best suited for picking up cybersecurity data management skills.

The volume of data companies manage today is overwhelming. To respond to vulnerabilities and threats is hard to do when you have so much data in your environment. Hence, security data management and analytic skills are in sharp demand.

Report: https://www.mytechlogy.com/view/www.esg-global.com/hubfs/issa/ESG-ISSA-Research-Report_State-of-the-Industry-Dec-2016.pdf

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