Job opportunities for Cybersecurity Operation Engineers are estimated to grow 28 percent in the ten-year period of 2016-2026, which is more than the average for all occupations, according to BLS (US Bureau of Labor Statistics). The demand will continue to be high because they would be required to come up with inventive solutions to foil the attempts of cybercriminals wanting to steal vital information and to prevent problems for networks.
Moreover, owing to cyber-attacks, many organizations and end users are incurring significant losses of money and resources. If misguided people get hold of classified military information, the whole world is in danger, so security engineers are needed universally.
Educational Qualifications and Other Requirements
Engineers should have a bachelor’s degree in network engineering, IT security or related disciplines along with certifications, such as CCNA or MCSE or other related ones.
They should have experience in developing software applications with languages, such as C, C++ or Python.
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