The nature and speed of cybercrime means the threat landscape changes quicker than educational institutions can keep up with delivery of cyber security training, according to one cyber education provider who says cyber security is now impacting every sector of the world’s economy and infrastructure.
New research has revealed a major cybersecurity skills gap amongst Australian lawyers, with 86% of legal practitioners believing the industry needs to upskill in cybersecurity measures.
Skilled migrants have been an “overwhelming net positive” for the Australian economy and particularly sought after for filling skilled IT positions like developer programmers and ICT business analysts, according to a new report.
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