Cybersecurity is one career field that has steadily sought workers even before the pandemic began in 2019 because governments at all levels face unprecedented hacking attacks and threats.
Future competition and conflict will hinge on “information dominance” — a mission that will play out largely in cyberspace.
The US stands alone as the only tier-one cyber power in the world, but China will rise as a highly capable peer competitor over the next decade, a new International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) report concludes.
Cybersecurity experts are needed to protect critical infrastructures such as financial services, health system records and services, utility services, and water supplies.
Recent cyberattacks, including the Colonial Pipeline and SolarWinds hacks, have revised the debate around centralized versus decentralized system designs.
An alarming new warning for 100 million-plus Android users, with a new report into high-risk apps, “which could lead to fraud and identity-theft.”
Shockingly, eighty-five percent of American critical infrastructure is owned by private companies, yet the U.S. government leaves it to private enterprise to protect itself.
Private sector intelligence (PSI) provides for the security of businesses and their operations and assets, including the physical protection of their personnel, products and services, and facilities. Learn about career opportunities in PSI.