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Securing Talent for SOC

According to (ISC)2 Cybersecurity Workforce Study for 2020, the United States has a cyber workforce of approximately 879,000 people with an estimated workforce gap of 359,000. The Security Operations Center (SOC) knows the pain of the talent gap all too well - it can take upwards of eight months to source one new analyst, only to lose them two years later.

David Cho, R&D Manager at CyberVista sits down with Jonathan Lanning, Senior Security Leader for a leading aircraft manufacturer, to take a look at the problem at large with developing cybersecurity talent for SOC, dive deep into Jonathan's first-hand experience and ideology as a security leader, and what fellow security leaders can do to secure a better talent pipeline.
Recorded Sep 30 2021 53 mins
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  • Securing Talent for SOC Recorded: Sep 30 2021 53 mins
    David Cho, R&D Manager at CyberVista and Jonathan Lanning, Senior Security Manager
    According to (ISC)2 Cybersecurity Workforce Study for 2020, the United States has a cyber workforce of approximately 879,000 people with an estimated workforce gap of 359,000. The Security Operations Center (SOC) knows the pain of the talent gap all too well - it can take upwards of eight months to source one new analyst, only to lose them two years later.

    David Cho, R&D Manager at CyberVista sits down with Jonathan Lanning, Senior Security Leader for a leading aircraft manufacturer, to take a look at the problem at large with developing cybersecurity talent for SOC, dive deep into Jonathan's first-hand experience and ideology as a security leader, and what fellow security leaders can do to secure a better talent pipeline.
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