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New Women in CyberSecurity (WiCyS) veterans program aims to bridge skills gap, diversify sector

The cybersecurity industry has a problem: We have zero unemployment rate. Or so we’re told. With experts predicting millions of job openings in the years to come—coupled with the industry’s projected growth of US$289.9 billion by 2026 and soaring cyberattacks against businesses—now is as good a time as any for organizations to face the problem of the alleged skills shortage and take … [Read more...]

How the government shutdown is influencing cybersecurity jobs

As of this writing, the government shutdown of 2019 is the longest ever in America. The only good news about this situation is that, with each passing day, a new group of people in the country seems to rediscover just how essential government services are, now that they’re unavailable. The next likely casualty is the government’s stable of cybersecurity talent. Here’s why—and … [Read more...]

Why should you want to work for Thycotic?

As the Director of Recruitment and Employment at Thycotic, I constantly scour our Glassdoor reviews for input on this topic. I want to understand what makes our employees happy and why other people should want to work with us. With a Glassdoor rating of 4.9 and a 97% CEO approval rating, we must be doing something right. Those numbers are pretty impressive compared to many other organizations. So … [Read more...]