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But even the private sector is facing talent shortages. Anne Bonaparte sees it firsthand in her corporate customers: a lack of frontline security workers. The workers they need range from entry level to managerial leaders, all responsible for manning the software systems and scouting the landscape. The problem is we need more individuals entering the security profession.
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A report by Cisco estimated that there were more than 1 million unfilled cybersecurity jobs worldwide; a study that same year by CareerBuilder found that 89 percent of information security analyst postings went unfilled. Bonaparte offers the example of how universities are attempting to attract more women to STEM careers. Ray Rothrock has this condensed history of cybercrime, broken down into eras based on their respective defense strategies.
There were the early days of firewalls built to keep out the bad guys, then came protection against viruses and Trojans, then on to data leak detection, and eventually the emergence of complex defense systems built to ward off multidimensional attacks. A certain data server has been taken over by a malicious third party.
Fix it—not burn it down. Rothrock, sitting in an HBS conference room in February, points to the ceiling. Why flood the room? In part because they trade information with each other. Matthew Prince MBA has seen these forces at work.
But when larger providers like Google or Microsoft began to use cloud services that could employ data from their millions of customers to help snuff out junk email, it made it hard to stay in the spam business. Prince has seen this play out at CloudFlare. Of course, not all attackers go right at the wall. Some of the biggest hacks rely on human error to walk them through the front door. How did they get in? Hackers sent an email to AP reporters that appeared to be from a UN official, with a link that seemed to direct to a Washington Post article.
Instead, the link sent them to a page that resembled an online version of their Outlook page. When they entered their login information, it was sent directly to the Syrian Electronic Army, which then tracked down an email with the Twitter login info. To Rothrock, one of the easiest ways to reduce the human factor and make it harder to hack is to treat digital awareness like a public health issue.
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