SecureSet in the News: Cyber Attacks are a Growing Problem but so is the Shortage of Cybersecurity Workers

March 21, 2019

January 30, 2019 | Denver, CO As cyberattacks become more common, there’s a growing concern of how to stop them. But another growing problem is the shortage of cybersecurity workers in the US.

“There’s at least hundreds of thousands, if not over a million, unfilled cyber jobs in the United States,” says Will Carter with the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

Experts say that shortage is putting people and companies at risk.

“Organized crime is where you see a lot of activity and organizations, which is typically where all our data gets stolen,” explains Bret Fund with SecureSet Cybersecurity Academy …



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