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Cyber Security Jobs

Cyber Security Analyst

Document Storage Systems, Inc

$75000 - $100000 / Per year

North Palm Beach, FL

2 days ago
Cyber Security Engineer

Bowhead / UIC Technical Services

Arlington, VA

30+ days ago
Cybersecurity Analyst

TEKsystems

Chattanooga, TN

3 days ago
Cybersecurity Solutions Specialist

CMP.jobs

Cambridge, MA

2 days ago
Cyber Security Test Engineer- Hurst, TX

Axis Technologies

$114400 - $156000 / Per year

Hurst, TX

29 days ago
Cyber Security Engineer

MV Transportation

Dallas, TX

5 days ago
Cybersecurity Incident Response Analyst

Kelly Mitchell

Columbus, OH

10 days ago
Cyber Security Analyst

Harbor Freight Tools

Calabasas, CA

17 days ago
Cybersecurity Engineer

Odyssey Systems Consulting Group, Ltd.

Colorado Springs, CO

16 days ago

Cyber Security Jobs Overview

In today's interconnected world, digitized data is always under threat. Without skilled cyber security experts, countless businesses' and individuals' most sensitive financial, medical, and personal data would be at risk of being leaked by hackers, identity thieves, and other cybercriminals. Cyber security is critical to all businesses and organizations; without it, they would lose the trust of their customers and their own trade secrets. Cyber security jobs are held by highly educated and experienced professionals with specialized training in how to protect data.

If you're interested in safeguarding computer systems, networks, and sensitive information, then a career in cyber security might be right for you. You'll detect, monitor, and halt cyber threats to protect critical data, personal information, financial information, medical records, and intellectual property. As more and more data become digitized, the need for cyber security will grow. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates a 31% increase in new cyber security jobs in the U.S. over the next 10 years. That's a much faster growth rate than most other occupations.

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Cyber Security Education and Skills

To be considered for a cyber security job, you'll need a bachelor's degree in cyber security, computer science, information technology, or a related field. Having a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree in information systems or a certification such as the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) credential can boost your likelihood of getting hired. Your post-secondary education should cover areas relating to cyber security, such as data management, computer architecture, network fundamentals, and files and databases.

Cyber security employers typically look for candidates who have the following skills and qualities:

  • Strong analytical skills and the ability to assess risks.
  • In-depth knowledge of computer systems and networks.
  • Keen attention to detail.
  • The ability to implement new methods for protecting computer systems and networks.
  • Effective problem-solving skills.

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Interviewing for a Cyber Security Job

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How Much Do Cyber Security Jobs Pay?

One of the most rewarding perks to working in cyber security is the pay. The median cyber security salary varies by position and level of experience. For example, cyber security engineers earn an average yearly salary of $102,809. Cyber security analysts earn an average of $91,675 per year. You can use our Salary Tool to find out how much you can expect to earn in your location. You can also learn about the skills you'll need to move up to an advanced cyber security position.

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