As the massive shortage of security talent and skills continues, sub-par recruitment processes and outdated training for cybersecurity professionals are exacerbating the problem, according to a new survey by Cyberbit.
To address the growing global demand for skilled cybersecurity talent, Deloitte partnered with Cyberbit, the world leading SOC readiness and skills development platform. The partnership empowered Deloitte’s EMEA Cybersphere Center (ECC) to advance their clients’ cyber skills.
The center was created to address the shortage of cybersecurity professionals — particularly for the financial services industry — in today’s workforce. CSU’s range, purchased from Cyberbit, is the same range once used to train the Israeli Defense Force to protect the nation of Israel against cyber-attacks. The range is capable of simulating cyber incursions ranging from a simple web defacement to a full-blown ransomware attack.
According to a new study from TAG Cyber, the Cyberbit training platform was proven to dramatically reduce hiring costs, save security tool costs, improve time to response, and more.
Cyberbit announced that its partner program has been included in the CRN 2021 Partner Program Guide. Cyberbit was highlighted among the best within the IT channel, demonstrating outstanding value and support to solution providers.
SOC teams can have all the latest and greatest cybersecurity tools, but unless they have the proper training, it won’t be enough to mitigate an attack.
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