Clar Rosso,(ISC)2 CEO;Emilie McLaughlin,VP,HR Centers of Excellence;John Carnes,Information Security Pro;Brandon Dunlap,Mod
As organizations continue to struggle to find trained cybersecurity professionals to build out their teams, recruiters and hiring managers may need to adjust the tactics they use to proactively identify internal and external candidates. Developing bench strength by targeting candidates who have transferable skills can lead to long term depth and stability on security teams. Understanding who to look for and managing their expectations of what cybersecurity roles entail is critical to success. Join Clar Rosso, CEO of (ISC)2 on May 18, 2021 at 1:00 p.m, Eastern/10:00 a.m. Pacific as she provides an overview of the 2021 (ISC)2 Cybersecurity Career Pursuers Study, which surveyed both experienced cybersecurity professionals as well as jobseekers considering a career in the field. The study examines such topics as which tasks and experiences make a cybersecurity professional successful, the value of mentorship, at what point in their careers pursuers seem likely to seek a cybersecurity path, what attracts people to the profession and which qualities rank as strong indicators of future success for team members.