Recently, our CEO Kris Rides had an engaging conversation with ITSPmagazine regarding the state of the job market amidst COVID-19. One of the few things that was discussed was the cybersecurity talent gap and its relation to lay offs. However, as noted by Kris in the podcast, the lay offs have not been as great…

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This past week, our amazing Senior Recruitment Consultant, Chrissy was fortunate enough to attend the Wonder Women Tech National Conference in Long Beach on behalf of Tiro Security. Wonder Women Tech is a non-profit organization that seeks to highlight, educate, and celebrate women and the underrepresented in STEAM industries (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math.) This…

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How Cybersecurity is Joining the Ranks of Top Paying Professions     What do you want to be when you grow up? From a young age people are asked this question. Their answers change as they grow older, though many come to the same conclusion of a doctor or a lawyer. Understandable, as these are…

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I know what some of you are thinking, how do you like it now the shoe is on the other foot?  Well I don’t but not only because I don’t like being spammed…. I mean who does?  More because some of the stuff I get is the exact reason why all recruiters get tarred with…

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Cyber security is one of the fastest growing job markets in the world today, though newcomers can find breaking into the field a difficult feat. Yet, with Forbes reporting a growth of over $90 billion in the next four years, there seems to be no time like the present to make a career switch. Thanks to…

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The world’s increasingly virtual presence is as exciting as it is worrisome. Companies and governments alike fear cyber attacks, and are in need of skilled professionals who can protect and appropriately react to these attacks. Cyber security is a growing industry and college students around the world are gearing up to hit the ground running.…

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Microsoft has filed a civil suit to try to stop the spread of malware it has traced back to two main countries—Kuwait and Algeria. The company hopes this will be the most successful effort made by a non-governmental organization to combat cybercrime by attempting to stop key communication between the hackers and the PCs they are trying to infect.

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