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COMPANY NEWS: Barracuda Networks, a trusted partner and leading provider of cloud-enabled security solutions, today released its top nine cybersecurity predictions for 2022.  Covering a range of topics from the evolving threat landscape to the sectors most at risk, the predictions point to a new year filled with both challenges and opportunities.

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GUEST RESEARCH: KnowBe4, the provider of the world’s largest security awareness training and simulated phishing platform, hasannounced its 2022 cybersecurity predictions from its team of industry experts.  

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GUEST RESEARCH: KnowBe4, the provider of the world’s largest security awareness training and simulated phishing platform, hasannounced its 2022 cybersecurity predictions from its team of industry experts.  

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GUEST OPINION by Claudio Cardile, ANZ Managing Director, Barco:  Struggling with a skills shortage made more acute by closed international borders, Australian companies are placing renewed focus on the professional development of their existing employees.

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Salaries of Australian technology professionals’ have decreased, a distinct exception to the trend of rising salaries across other regions around the world, according to a new report from global IT automation vendor Puppet.

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Research reveals trends and opportunities in the ICT training and certification space

GUEST RESEARCH:  DDLS, Australia’s largest provider of corporate ICT and cybersecurity training, today released the results of its 2020 survey ‘Staying ahead of the Technology Curve, Now and in the Future’.

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There are currently more than 70 million displaced people around the world. Almost half of them are working age and yet most are shut out of formal economies, denied the right to work where they are and restricted in competing for overseas roles. This is a global humanitarian crisis - reason enough to act.

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The Australian Cyber Security Growth Network AustCyber has announced its latest investment in industry-led projects, with specialist cyber security education and training company FifthDomain awarded a project to the value of $1.19 million in ongoing efforts to meet the ”skills shortage challenge”.

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Thursday, 12 December 2019 10:23

Nutanix, Red Education ink training deal

Global enterprise cloud vendor Nutanix has signed an agreement with IT specialist training and professional services company Red Education in a deal aimed at educating, enhancing skills and accelerating certification for Nutanix solutions by its customers and partners in the Australian and New Zealand markets.

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SPONSORED NEWS: As Australia’s largest provider of corporate IT and process training, DDLS represents a good barometer of what’s happening in the IT industry. If we see strong demand for training in a particular skill or product, you can be pretty sure a skill shortage will soon emerge. And if we’re not seeing demand for training in a particular product or technology, it’s likely on its way to becoming legacy or the market is saturated with skilled people.

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SPONSORED NEWS: There is currently significant growth in demand in the Australian job market for cloud-related cybersecurity training, according to Jon Lang, the CEO of ICT and cybersecurity training provider, DDLS.

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Australian corporate ICT and cybersecurity training provider DDLS has introduced a course in cyber security that it claims will take students with no ICT background to three internationally recognised cyber security certifications in less than six months.

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Implementing online platforms where job seekers can input their experience and allow tracking of former projects through specialised systems could be one of many measures taken to address Australia’s skills shortage, according to one recruitment firm.

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Microsoft Australia has officially launched its traineeship program, which it says is part of its commitment to helping the pursuit of careers in the technology industry.

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TAFE South Australia is offering a new certificate 1V in cyber security from October this year, joining the Box Hill Institute, Canberra Institute of Technology and TAFEs in NSW, QLD and WA, in offering such courses.

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The federal government is set to trial a new visa scheme to attract highly skilled global talent and deliver innovation to Australia with a pilot programme to be launched from 1 July.

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Cyber security is the functional area where it is the most difficult to source skilled job candidates for the IT sector, with chief information officers identifying security as the area most in need of focus by IT education providers.

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Just 51% of Australian and New Zealand organisations have the right skills in-house to develop and support their mobile enterprise strategy, according to research by open source software giant, Red Hat.

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The security threat to Australian companies from cyber criminals is exacerbated by a growing skills gap within the IT industry, according to research by recruitment company Robert Half.

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CIOs in the United States are facing the worst technology skills shortage since the global financial crisis in 2008, according to a newly released survey which also reveals that the chief information officers say a chronic lack of IT talent will prevent their organisations from keeping up with the rapid pace of technology change.

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