Enterprise Data Security will face a tough time in 2016!

Data Security will face a tough time in year 2016 and that’s being predicted by security firm Cybrary. This will be due to the fact that data security field will witness lack of IT talent which will definably hinder its growth.

According to annual cyber security job trends survey made by Cybrary, more than two- thirds of organizations say there is a global shortage of skilled cyber security professionals in the field.

The survey also mentioned the challenges that many employers face in recruiting skilled cyber security employees. Out of those, lack of resources to properly find and attract the talent to data security field is also proving monotonous.

In addition to talent and recruiting challenges, the survey confirmed several other trends around cyber security certifications, skills, and salary which are as follows-

  • The most in demand cyber security certifications were Security+, Ethical Hacking, Network+, CISSP, and A+.
  • The most in demand skills were Ethical Hacking, Computer Forensics, CISSP, Malware Analysis, and Advanced Penetration Testing.
  • In terms of salary, 50 percent of companies said their average cyber security professional earns $25,000-$50,000 per year; 21 percent said security pros earn $50,000-$75,000 per year; 17 percent said security workers make $75,000-$100,000 per year; and 12 percent said that their average cyber security worker makes more than $100,000 per year.

Now, to those who are willing to have utmost data security in their enterprise data center, but searching for a provider who can do it on behalf of them, DNF will work with the IT head of the company to evaluate the existing encryption strategy and policies.

This process will start with getting detailed asset information on the organization’s hardware and software environment, sensitive data, and current security policy management sets.

In combination with the corporate objectives, DNF team will determine the business objectives for encrypting data-at-rest. From these objectives, the company will derive a plan and proposal to address the policies, architecture, and scope of the project to keep its customer’s IT environment protected to the fullest.

To know more call 510.265.1122 or click on DNF Corporations related web page

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