Dearth of IT security pros tied to certification requirements

03/14/2013 | Network Computing

There are more job openings for IT security professionals than there are experts available to fill them, according to a report from Burning Glass Technologies, which found a growing rift between supply and demand in the cybersecurity sector. Matt Sigelman, chief executive of Burning Glass, attributes part of the problem to an increase in the number of security positions requiring a Certified Information Systems Security Professional certification, which comes with a prerequisite of five years of active security work.

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