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The Internet Needs YOU: Consider a Career in Cybersecurity

Do work that matters

Cybersecurity is not just in the news daily, but is something that affects everyone who comes in to contact with your company

This means that the work you do every day matters


Forbes projects the cybersecurity market will grow to more than $170 billion by 2020.

Cisco reports that there are close to 1,000,000 cybersecurity jobs available in the U.S. and nearly 6,000,000 globally. 


CompTIA lists IT security as one of the best paying jobs in IT, on average $6,500 more!


A career in cybersecurity requires that you have knowledge of a vast number of subjects, including:

  • Information technology disciplines like, networking, access control, programming, database structure, web applications, and pretty much everything else
  • Business fundamentals like, management, communication, and project management
  • Legal matters like, chain of custody, contracts and contact law, and government acts and regulations 


Technology is perhaps the most dynamic industry since the dawn of the concept of an industry

Cybersecurity itself is constantly in a state of flux, reacting to computer bugs and vulnerabilities, new ways that hackers find to break in to things, and a whole host of local, state, federal and even international laws

To see if you're ready for a career in Cybersecurity, take the Consider a Career in Cybersecurity aptitude test!