Chief information security officers barely last two years in their jobs, one-third the average tenure of a CFO and one-fourth the average for a chief executive, reveals recent research. What's more, 65% of cybersecurity workers think about quitting.
It's become so hard for companies to fill technology jobs that one-third say it is their biggest challenge over the next year. Candidates outside of traditional engineering backgrounds or without a college degree at all are now highly qualified.
Recent high-profile data breaches, including Thursday's DoorDash hack, continue. In many cases encryption either did nothing to prevent hackers from infiltrating systems or, worse, helped disguise cybercriminals. Here are 8 steps to protect yourself.
A top technology executive at a multibillion-dollar company says it may seem counterintuitive, but the three times in her career when she accepted a lower title and less pay set the stage for greater success. How? A focus on skills development.