The changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic have altered the dynamics of the U.S. workforce and workplace, significantly impacting the ways organizations think about acquiring and keeping talent.
Even prior to the global pandemic in 2020, the talent shortage of cybersecurity professionals was severe.
The competitive battle for cybersecurity talent requires healthcare organizations to be nimble, resourceful, and more diligent than ever. The shortage of cybersecurity professionals predates the pandemic, but continues to pose a serious and sustained threat to healthcare companies and systems, creating a potential threat to public health.
The need for talented cybersecurity leaders is more urgent than ever. With cybersecurity now ranked as the most serious enterprise risk in 2022, businesses in all sectors are seeking to fill critical cybersecurity leadership positions with candidates who are proficient not only in setting strategy, but also in building and sustaining a culture of cybersecurity throughout an organization.
Employers in cybersecurity and almost all other sectors continue to struggle to find and hire sufficient numbers of talented workers to keep their enterprises healthy.
Executive recruiters in today’s market must be prepared, diligent, and resourceful to find and secure talented leaders for cybersecurity enterprises and organizations in the life sciences, healthcare, and elsewhere.
The increasing prevalence of cyberattacks across all industries and sectors has created a bullish venture capital market in cybersecurity.
In August 2021 the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) approved the Nasdaq Board Diversity Rule. The rule requires Nasdaq-listed companies to have at least two diverse members on their boards or explain why they can’t meet this requirement.
Exemplary leadership is what separates good companies from great ones, and by recruiting diverse cybersecurity leaders for your organization you set it up for success – both in the short and the longer-term.
We all remember the ominous call to earth from the astronauts aboard Apollo 13, “Houston, we’ve had a problem.” The same expression can be used to describe the tremendous challenge facing many organizations in critical infrastructure, banking, energy and public utilities, fintech, healthcare, insurance, and other sectors as they compete for highly-coveted cybersecurity leadership talent among an increasingly shrinking pool of potential candidates.
The war for top cybersecurity leadership talent rages on, with companies fiercely competing for cybersecurity leadership professionals at a time when serious cyber talent shortages threaten the security and sanctity of organizations in every business vertical.
As our digital ecosystem expands, so do the risks associated with it. Experts agree that cybercriminals pose a risk for virtually every organization in every business vertical.
In 2020, following the George Floyd murder, our leadership team at Slone Partners experienced an ah-ha moment when we realized that we were part of the problem by unintentionally participating in systemic racism.
As venture funding of cybersecurity organizations surpassed $20 billion in 2021, with no evidence of slowing down in 2022, the demand for strategic and visionary leaders in the cybersecurity vertical has become the most difficult asset to acquire. The combination of all-time-high funding and the predicted surge of cybersecurity warfare, a result of the Russia-Ukraine war, is the leadership crisis that organizations cannot allow to collapse them.
If you want to build a strong and diverse cybersecurity leadership team for your organization, you need to strategically attract and secure talent from across all of the spectrums.
Cybersecurity threats and challenges continue to grow more serious, even with efforts taken by businesses to beef up their cyber defenses. Slone Partners Cybersecurity, a respected national cybersecurity executive search firm that specializes in hiring top talent for companies in many sectors, is well equipped to partner with your organization when seeking talented cybersecurity leaders.
With a sharp rise in cybercrime over the past two years, it has become more and more imperative for companies in all sectors to engage a high-quality cybersecurity recruiting firm to help secure the talented leaders needed to protect systems, data, and people.
With the increased risks from cybercriminals across all sectors, the demand for talented cyber security executives is greater than ever.
In our current hyper charged economic climate, finding top cybersecurity executive leaders is becoming ever more challenging. As a result, companies in all sectors are often eliciting the services of experienced cyber executive headhunters to help build and enhance their leadership teams.
Cybersecurity is irrevocably interwoven into our daily lives as organizations, companies, and individuals have become more dependent on cloud-based systems and data.
Small and medium-sized businesses face serious challenges in identifying gaps and vulnerabilities with respect to their data, people, and systems.
Finding the best cybersecurity leadership talent for your business is much easier when you are working with experienced recruiters.