Last week (ISC)² released the (ISC)² Cybersecurity Hiring Managers Guide: Best Practices for Hiring and Developing Junior Talent built on the latest research to help organizations grow their teams and retain top talent. The report highlighted the top technical skills, non-technical skills and personality attributes hiring managers seek and how organizations can benefit from unique recruiting and professional development strategies.
In a recent volunteer survey, we asked members with hiring experience what trends they are seeing in the industry. Many mentioned technological shifts expedited by the pandemic including remote work, virtual interviews and hybrid work environments. They also noted a shift in requirement of degrees and certifications for entry-level staff and more emphasis on diversity of backgrounds and experiences. Filip Chyla, CCSP said we are seeing a “slow shift from hiring the "unicorn" to someone that can grow into the role.”
“Previously, [the] hiring decision was made majorly on the candidates technical competencies (about 80% technical and 20% attitude and others) where the hiring was done for focused positions, over the last few years we are giving priority to candidates attitude and mindset more than technical capabilities (60% attitude and 40% technical) since the technology landscape is changing rapidly and we need people with right attitude and hunger for learning and trying new things,” said Kesav Viswanath, CISSP, CCSP.
“Strive for Diversity and Inclusion. The more we, our teams, resemble the world around us, the more we can accomplish as we bring different perspectives to the table,” said Jon Rohrich, CISSP, CCSP.
When asked for advice or suggestions for cybersecurity hiring practices today the general consensus was to make hiring ea ..
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