The Cyber Security sector is thriving like never before, with the market expected to reach $300 billion by 2024.
Cyber security employed the second largest proportion of employees in 2018, which is fantastic news for cyber security professionals. However, we’re finding that a lack of technical knowledge of this emerging area means that businesses are often overlooking experienced talent who have found themselves progressing in the sector by chance, for professionals who have formal qualifications instead. This can lead to talented cyber security professionals missing out on excellent career opportunities.
Here are VIQU, we understand that past job titles cannot accurately summarise the skills and experience that make you a fantastic candidate.
We have some of the best Cyber Security jobs for:
- Penetration Testing
- Security Operations Centres (SOC)
- Threat & Vulnerability Management (SIEM, Splunk, Alien Vault, ELK)
- Incident Response
- Security Incident & Event Management
- Identity & Access Management (IAM)
- Security Architecture
- Cloud Security
- Governance, Risk & Compliance
- Data Loss Prevention / Data Protection
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