Cyber security professionals shortage in IndiaMay 9th, 2013 by Paul Stebbings
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Earlier this month the Times of India reported that India is currently in need of an additional 55,000 certified cyber security professionals by 2015 to protect its IT infrastructure.
The number of certified cyber security professionals in India is currently only 22,000. When you consider that 42,000,000 Indians fall victim to cyber crime each year and 85% of all Indian websites have been hacked, it’s clear that the skills gap is both an emergency situation and a huge opportunity for those with the right skills.
Professionals with expertise in information and cyber security will find themselves in high demand
Take advantage of India’s booming cyber security industry
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