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07 June 2022 Kurt Haller

The Fourth Industrial Revolution

The global workforce is undergoing a massive technological shift that many are calling the “Fourth Industrial Revolution.”

According to a recent report by World Economic Forum, nearly a third of the most important skillsets in 2025 will be comprised of technology skills not yet considered imperative to the job today. Recruiting from a broader talent pool will be essential in supporting the cyber security landscape.

How will organisations fill these critical roles with skillsets that are just beginning to emerge? Drop your comments below...

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Reassurance Can Replace Uncertainty

Once established, any deviation can be quickly identified, and the appropriate action taken for the containment of incidents.

Positive, long-term security can replace a reactive, unstable environment.

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