Given most don't become interested in cybersecurity until they have begun their careers, Diane Miller, Director of Information Security an Northrop Grumman, says "industry, academia and government need to do more to create a clear and comprehensive career path in cybersecurity, starting as early as middle school."
"Current shortages of cybersecurity professionals are estimated between 20,000 and 40,000, and unfortunately, that trend is continuing."To address cybersecurity shortages some organizations in healthcare and other industries are utilizing SaaS services, such as those that provide data breach detection, user access compliance/attestation reporting.
- Diane Miller -- director of information security and cyber initiatives, Northrop Grumman
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(a) Survey reveals short supply of cybersecurity professionals - ModernHealthcare.com, 08/09/2013