- CEO’s Weekly Newsletter
- 02 Aug 2021
We focus on streams of skills essential for Workforce 2030. Companies need to develop specific critical capabilities in anticipation of the Future of Work. One of the most critical capabilities that enterprises need to understand is Cyber Security.
Many changes are happening in Cybersecurity. The growth of GenZ talent in this area has been spectacular. Marcus Hutchins (born in 1994) was only 23 years old when he stopped the most significant ransomware attack. Marcus, also known online as MalwareTech, is a British computer security researcher known for temporarily stopping the WannaCry ransomware attack. Cybersecurity firm Kryptos Logic employs Marcus. Hutchins is from Ilfracombe in Devon.
Taxonomy of Cybersecurity Roles is as follows:
The European Skills Qualifications and Occupations (ESCO) have evolved significantly when it comes to standards. Here are the relevant standards for the roles around Network Security. ESCO (European Skills, Competences, Qualifications, and Occupations) is the European multilingual classification of Skills, Competences, and Occupations.
ESCO works like a dictionary, describing, identifying, and classifying professional occupations and skills relevant for the EU labour market and education and training. Those concepts and the relationships between them can be understood by electronic systems, which allow different online platforms to use ESCO for services like matching job seekers to jobs based on their skills, suggesting training to people who want to reskill or upskill, etc.
Several hotspots are emerging in Cybersecurity in Eastern Europe, Latin America, and Southeast Asia. There is an expected gap of over 500K professionals in Cybersecurity, and as a result, academies to train for Cybersecurity is critical
There are several resources available across low cost, no cost, and platform-provided courses. We can help you map very detailed courses around the same