The cybersecurity skills shortage has gotten worse
for the third consecutive year, impacting 74% of organizations
worldwide, according to a Thursday
report from the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) and
Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG). The report surveyed 267 cybersecurity
professionals worldwide, and respondents reported that they believe the
skills gap to be a primary cause for the
rise in cybersecurity incidents. Nearly half (48%) of respondents said
they experienced at least one security incident over the past two years
that led to serious ramifications, including lost productivity, high
costs for remediation, disruption of business
processes and systems, and breaches of confidential data.
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