How can one start a fresh new career in Cyber Security in 2022? – Times of India


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Due to the pandemic, the world is slowly shifting from the offline to the online world. Initially, social media was used to socialize and connect with our family, friends, and loved ones but nowadays businesses have also started using social media and the internet to advertise, market and connect with their customers online.
With the advent of New Digital trends like Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, Blockchain Technology, Web 3.0, Cryptocurrency, and Digital Marketing there are huge chances of these technologies being used for unethical activities
Cryptocurrency-based scams and crimes hit an all-time high in 2021 said a recent report published by Chainalysis. There are many such Cybercrimes happening in India daily as a result there is a huge demand and need for Cybersecurity experts in India.
As per a recent report by World Economic Forum, the world lacks 3 million professionals in the cybersecurity domain.
The shortage of such professionals worldwide who have the ability to provide cyber leadership, test and secure data systems and train people in Digital hygiene.
Hence this is the best time for individuals to pursue a Career in Cybersecurity
How can one start a fresh new career in Cybersecurity in 2022?
A fresh graduate who just stepped out of his college life thinks about making a good career. Having a technical degree with good skills in programming like Java, C++, Python, etc. can help to start his/her career in Cyber Security.
The year 2022 is just breaking the pandemic barriers and is ready to offer some amazing opportunities for young minds.
A Graduate in Cybersecurity can build his career in the following 5 job profiles:
The skills required for an individual to get the desired role in Cybersecurity are as follows:
The following Cyber Security certification courses are in most demand and can pave the way for a great career path.
So, in this way, one can start afresh a new Cyber Security career in 2022 and make their dreams come true.
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Views expressed above are the author’s own.
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