If you are looking to get into cyber security by the more formal “degree route”, you will be confronted with the decision between choosing whether you should get a computer science degree or a cyber security degree. This decision depends on a lot of personal factors,...
I really wish I could go back in time and tell my younger self these 5 things I wish I knew before starting cyber security. I obviously can’t go back in time so I guess this post is the next best thing. I have learned a lot over the years in cyber security, not only about cyber security topics but also, I have improved how I learn, approach problems, and how I manage time.
Cyber Security degrees are worth the time and the money spent to obtain them. Students will see their four-year investment pay very handsomely (Median Salary $99,730) and will never have to worry about job security. According to Rasmussen College who did an analysis of 143,000 cyber security job postings, 93% of the postings mentioned at least a Bachelor’s Degree.
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Cyber Security is all over the mainstream news and it is no secret that cyber security professionals are in high demand. Cyber Security is a very rewarding profession and provides work life balance, remote working opportunities, and fulfilling meaningful work. The...
Cyber Security is becoming the topic of mainstream news more and more frequently. One thing which everyone can agree on is that cyber-attacks are not slowing down. Let’s face it, technology is becoming more and more ubiquitous in our everyday lives and the effort to...