London – 28 April 2020 – The latest findings of the Stott and May Cyber Security in Focus research reveal that leaders are still struggling with the skills gap and access to talent. Most respondents (76%) believe there is a shortage of cyber security skills in their company, which represents an improvement on 2019 (88%), however, the problem still seems more potent for mid-market and large enterprise businesses. Organisations are still struggling to source cyber security talent (72%) with no material improvement around time-to-hire from 2019.
Check out all the latest findings from our Cyber Security in Focus 2020 research report. Our infographic examines the journey to ensuring that cyber security functions make a significant impact on the business from strategy execution through to improving the value proposition. We discuss the challenges surrounding cyber security recruitment and provide tips on how to create a culture of security. Find out where the hurdles and opportunities are in a quick digestible format.
During these slightly more remote times we brought our GroWiT (Growing Women in Technology) community together for our first ever virtual event hosted by Susie Ramroop.
Our first GroWiT (Growing Women in Technology) event on the West Coast kicked off with a bang as we travelled to TrueCar.
We were delighted to be welcomed by Global on the 5th September for the latest instalment of GroWiT entitled: 'Putting Diversity at the Heart of your Business Strategy'.
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In episode 2 of the Data Debrief we caught up with Edosa Odaro, Head of Data Services at AXA, to gather some insight around the evolving role of the CDO and how the discussion is changing from the control and compliance of data towards extracting its full potential for data-driven business.
In our latest edition of the Data Debrief podcast we caught up with Addison Lee Chief Data Officer, Graeme McDermott and Guy Garrett, Managing Director of Achieve Intelligence, to discuss some of the latest technology trends impacting data engineering and data science.
The primary objective of any interviewer is to make sure you get the best out of every candidate you meet, but sometimes it’s interesting to throw in the odd ‘curveball’ question. These questions are designed to help you get a deeper level of insight around candidates and their potential.
This article will explain why job specs are so important in attracting the best talent in the deeply competitive field of customer success and offer up some great examples from tech brands that are positioning themselves favourably in this space.