Technology is expanding its reach over our daily lives and is becoming increasingly necessary in modern society. While change can be daunting, it brings new opportunities that did not exist when we were much younger, or even just a few years ago. This opens the door for new and exciting (not to mention realistic) careers we can chase, like cybersecurity.
You may be interested in becoming a technology professional or know a student or colleague that may have interest in this discipline. Let’s explore transitioning into the cybersecurity field, what skills are needed, and what career pathways are available. We have one more cohort left to wind down 2021 with a grand Certificate award ceremony – The Milima Cyber Academy Whitehat Day 2021. Join our Next Cohort (Starts September 27th 2021).
We have also introduced new coerces to widen our scope of cybersecurity education.
As the field of cybersecurity continues to explode, more and more positions and possible careers are created. It is important to note that cybersecurity can be broken into distinct focus areas: security management and security operations. Management focuses on policies, procedures, education initiatives, and the governance around all elements of a security program. Operations on the other hand, focuses more on the technical side of security, such as, device management, penetration testing, event monitoring, etc. While considering your path, think about which option appeals to you more.
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