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Non-IT Workers Could Fill Cyber Security Shortfall

Wednesday, September 06, 2017

Organisations should look to fill cyber security roles with people who are curious and have work experience rather than focusing solely on graduates according to the findings of a recent survey of IT security professionals. In fact, the survey of 200 senior IT security professionals in the UK, commissioned by MWR InfoSecurity, revealed that 46% consider curiosity a required core skill, while 34% note on-the-job experience as vital. The survey revealed that 49% of respondents viewed the UK as a top five country in terms of cyber security, while 46% rated the UK as average. 

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