With cyberattacks on the rise, infosec jobs are hotter than ever.
According to a report from Stanford University, cybersecurity jobs are expected to grow tenfold in the next decade. That’s good news for security professionals, but bad news for the companies already struggling to meet the demand.
Enter recruiting firms, a resource that more businesses are relying on to find qualified talent, according to Blake Angove, director of technology services at LaSalle Network. “We’re at almost zero-percent unemployment in information security,” he says. “The market is very competitive, and finding a great recruiter can be a huge advantage.”
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