All posts tagged CISO

Security Professionals in High Demand

Daniel Solove
Founder of TeachPrivacy

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by Daniel J. Solove

According to a study, the number of cybersecurity job listings increased 74% from 2007 to 2013.  This was more than double the growth rate of IT jobs.

In a survey earlier this year of ISACA members, 86% stated that there is a “global shortage of skilled cybersecurity professionals.”

According to a salary survey, CISO salaries climbed 7.1% in the past year, from a range of between about $126,000 – $190,000 to a range between $134,000 – $205,000.

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How to Enter the Privacy Profession

Daniel Solove
Founder of TeachPrivacy

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by Daniel J. Solove

The privacy profession is growing by leaps and bounds, but entering it is tricky. My law students and others frequently ask me how they can enter the privacy field. Most jobs seem to require a few years of experience, but the privacy profession is still relatively new, and getting this experience can be difficult because there are not many clear paths to entry.

Once in the field, the demand is high for privacy professionals with experience. But there is a bottleneck in getting into the club. I have written about this problem in a previous blog post.

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Why the C-Suite Should Have Coffee with the Privacy and Security Officers Every Week

Daniel Solove
Founder of TeachPrivacy

 

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by Daniel J. Solove

As I discussed in a previous post, the two key things that organizations can do to prevent data incidents can be summed up in a simple rhyme:

The C-Suite must care

The workforce must be aware

In this post, I want to focus on the “C-Suite” – a term used for the upper management of an organization, its top officers.

The C-Suite must care about data security.

But far too often, the C-Suite doesn’t fully appreciate the risks and could use a better understanding of the law.

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