Unfilled Cybersecurity Jobs at Record High


The cybersecurity workforce gap has increased by more than 50% in Europe and Asia over the past year.

The number of unfilled security jobs around the world increased to 3.4 million during the past year, according to data from (ISC)², reports FOSSlife. 

According to the (ISC)² study, the number of unfilled jobs rose 9 percent to 410,695 in the  United States. Globally, however, the cybersecurity workforce gap grew by nearly 60 percent in the EMEA region and 52 percent in the APAC region.

Read more at FOSSlife.


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