While the cybersecurity skills shortage is a global challenge, in the Middle East, Turkiye, Africa (META) region there is a pressing need to overcome this as organizations embrace rapid digital transformation. The World Youth Skills Day is celebrated on July 15 and it is the perfect time to acknowledge the
Fortinet has released its 2023 Global Cybersecurity Skills Gap Report, which reveals ongoing challenges related to the cybersecurity skills shortage affecting organizations worldwide. Key findings from the global report include: The cybersecurity skills shortage has contributed to critical IT positions not being filled, which increases organizations’ cyber risks, such as
To contribute to regional capacity building and support cybersecurity skills shortages, CyberKnight has launched the Cybersecurity Skills Academy in collaboration with its newly signed vendor, Infosec Institute, a leading cybersecurity training provider and part of Cengage Group. Infosec Institute helps IT and security professionals advance their careers and empowers employees
In testing, just 11% of 3,907 employees proved a high level of cybersecurity awareness using Kaspersky Gamified Assessment Tool. Fewer skilled users made most of their mistakes in the realm of web browsing. With 90% of people overestimating their cybersecurity abilities, Kaspersky Gamified Assessment Tool is designed to not only
Trend Micro, in partnership with Moro Hub, hosted a threat hunt workshop at the Sofitel Dubai Jumeirah Beach, Dubai, UAE, aimed at fortifying the nation’s digital infrastructure and raise awareness of cybersecurity. Moro Hub is a subsidiary of Digital DEWA, the digital arm of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (PJSC).