More cyber security jobs are open today than there were prior to the global pandemic in the UK, US, and most other developed nations. Why is this so? Although some of this increase is due to more remote work and increased cybercriminal activity, there's another layer to the issue. Increasingly, there is a discrepancy between the job descriptions being created and the skills that are available. How does this happen? It is both an issue of HR and L&D professionals not having the exposure they need to the rapidly changing skill needs while individuals flock to popular certifications as opposed to those that could benefit them most.
In this webinar, we will help better align job roles – using the NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework – with certifications that best prepare individuals for job openings.
In this webinar, you'll learn how to:
Identify the NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework
Classify the primary cyber security team roles
Associate skills and certifications to job roles
Jeff Felice, President of CertNexus, will present this webinar to help bridge understanding, close the skills gap, and provide pathways to rewarding cyber security careers.
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Presented by Jeff Felice, President of CertNexus
As President of CertNexus, Jeff Felice is responsible for advancing the company's mission of closing the emerging technology skills gap. With 25 years of experience within the training and certification industry, serving in general management and practice leadership roles, Jeff combines his passion for professional performance with technology to bring change within global organizations while improving the opportunities for individuals in emerging tech. Jeff also serves on a number of industry committees, including the NIST NICE Working Group and the Credential Engine Certification and Licensure Advisory Group. When not working towards improving the lives of others, Jeff can be found doing the same for his own as an avid reader and cycling enthusiast.