Guest blog by Greg Young (Vice President for Cybersecurity)
Most analysis is that the cybersecurity skills gap or shortage is getting worse. ESG reported in CSOOnline that 2018 had the highest levels, at 51%, where organizations “claimed their organization had a problematic shortage of cybersecurity skills.”
It’s a complex problem, but we believe with non-complex solutions.
There is no industry that hackers won’t target as long as they have something to gain from it. All and any personally identifiable information has some value to someone on the Dark Web, whether it will be used for identity theft purposes, for an advanced targeted attack or for something else. Cyber criminals work tirelessly to breach systems in a variety of verticals, and it shows: In 2015, the Identity Theft Resource Center in the US tallied over 780 data breaches, amounting to the exposure of more than 169 million records. Continue reading