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How to get a job in Cyber Security?

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Launching a successful cybersecurity career requires more than technical skills, however. Professionals also need soft skills, a strong resume, and clear career goals. This guide walks through how to get a job in cybersecurity. Readynez has the best courses to help you get started.

With the number of cybersecurity threats growing, cybersecurity professionals play an essential role in protecting networks and private data. That's why a growing number of organizations rely on cybersecurity professionals. Entry-level cybersecurity jobs pay high salaries with strong demand. Professionals with experience increase their salaries and responsibilities in diverse cybersecurity careers. While many employers prefer job candidates with a degree, Readynez offers a number of cyber security courses, certifications and trainings to help you get started in a career in cyber security without the need for a degree.

Many cybersecurity careers offer advancement opportunities, above-average salaries, and strong demand. But what are the best careers with a cybersecurity certification?

Information Security Analysts rank among the top roles. These technology careers, which typically require less than five years of work experience, offer median salaries of more than £90,000 per year. The field also ranks among the fastest-growing occupations.

Other top careers include management-level roles like Information Security Manager or Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). The median annual salary for computer and information systems managers exceeds £100,000 according to May 2020 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). These roles, which typically require cybersecurity experience, come with more responsibilities and decision-making duties.

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Entry-level cybersecurity jobs

Entry-level cybersecurity jobs help professionals gain experience and expand their resume. Many of these in-demand roles also lead to career advancement opportunities. After working as an information security analyst, security auditor, or penetration tester, experienced professionals move into higher paying roles with greater professional responsibilities. These salaries are dependant on experience.

Penetration Tester: Penetration testers investigate security systems to identify weaknesses. They apply offensive and defensive tools to find and correct exploitable areas within a cybersecurity defence. These roles typically pay an average salary of £70,000 per year (depending on experience).

Incident Response: Incidence response professionals help companies recover from security breaches and cyberattacks. Using the organisation's incident response policies, these professionals protect data and investigate breaches. The career typically pays an average of £60,000 per year.

Information Security Analyst: Information security analysts implement and monitor cybersecurity measures. They investigate cyberattacks, identify improvements in cybersecurity procedures, and conduct risk assessments after a security breach. These roles typically pay a median annual salary of £90,000 PA.

Forensic Computer Analyst: Forensic computer analysts investigate cyberattacks and all types of cybercrimes. They often work with law enforcement to identify perpetrators and document internet crimes. Forensic computer analyst jobs typically pay an average salary of £65,000 per year.

Security Auditor: Security auditors critically evaluate an organization's cybersecurity measures and procedures. After completing a security audit, they recommend improvements to the organization. These jobs typically pay an average salary of £80,000.

Ethical Hacker: Ethical hackers or "white hat hackers" do not intend to harm the system or organization but they do so, officially, to penetrate and locate the vulnerabilities like Pen Testers. Ethical Hacker jobs typically pay an average salary of £70,000 per year.

Cyber Security Certifications at Readynez

Here are a list of cybersecurity courses, training and certification we offer offer at Readynez

Training in cybersecurity at Readynez
At Readynez, we have some of the best trainers who have been in the industry for decades and are leading consultants when it comes to cybersecurity. Also, the most up-to-date courses and certifications that are required for a career in cybersecurity. This can be learnt online or in class, please do contact us and find out more.

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