Asking workers for once: why is there a cybersecurity skills gap?


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I am doing a research project on this issue right now— looking at cybersecurity capacity building efforts in the US, UK, Australia, and Israel. Everyone agrees that there’s a skills gap. Very few propose scalable solutions or offer reasons that fully explain the issue. I’m dismayed that there are so many surveys asking employers what they need from workers but very little out there (that I’ve found) on what workers are experiencing re barriers to entry, retention, upskilling, etc. Please share your thoughts, experiences, and any resources you think I should look into. Thank you!

EDIT: wow, thank you for all the replies! To assuage any doubt, I’m not planning on using comments as ‘research’. This is just me dicking around on Reddit. Apologies that that wasn’t said from the start. Thank you everyone who replied!!

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