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CISSP CISM Consultants Managers
Information Security Consultant
Check Point Firewall Engineer
Cyber Security Consultant
Network and Security Engineer
SIEM Consultant
Risk & Compliance Consultant
PCI-DSS Compliance Consultant
Pre-Sales Security Consultant
Computer Forensic Analyst
Vulnerability Security Engineer
Security Architect
Malware Analyst
Penetration Testers / Ethical Hackers
SOC Analyst
ISO; 27001 Audit
Head of Information Security

“We live in a world where cyber-attacks are a fact of life.”  It is often said, but in the modern world it is a matter of when, rather than if, your organisation will be forced to deal with a cyber-attack.  70% of firms have suffered a significant breach in recent times, but that does not mean nothing is being done to fight the threat.

“The first level of vulnerability is an organic one – people.”  There is currently a drastic shortage in qualified security professionals, with staffing shortfalls predicted to go as high as 50-75K over the next few years. 

The security field traditionally has been a relatively low-skilled, low-pay, and cost-based function.  With the increase to recent cyber-threats and vulnerabilities, security management is enjoying new vitality, and cyber-crime will continue to outpace the expertise needed to create adequate defences.  As a result, demand for security specialists will continue to grow.  Instead of being absorbed in traditional information technology fields, Cyber-Security will ultimately become a recognised discipline requiring unique skills and knowledge.

"By 2020, 75% of enterprises' information security budgets will be allocated for rapid detection and response approaches, up from less than 10% in 2012."  Gartner Inc.

Information security, as a recognised business activity, has come a long way in the past decade and it has now attained it’s “licence to operate” within the corporate and public sector environments, becoming one of the core business and organisational enablers. Information is the engine of global enterprise, and fit for purpose information security is fundamental for businesses to manage global enterprise risk. 


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