quarterly increases and decreases in skill and certification pay. In this interview, Foote outlines the state of the IT security job market and what IT pros could expect moving into 2007.
Security certifications set to rebound:
Download the podcast here: Also a recap of recent news, including Apple releasing 22 fixes for Mac OS X and a Russian spam group suspected behind a recent email surge.
(2:30) How long has your firm been tracking skills and certifications pay?
(3:44) Which security certifications have held their ground over the years?
(8:03) Security certifications are down in value. But you're predicting a slow rebound moving forward?
Outsourcing: Understanding the business risks: In this Ask the Expert Q&A Shon Harris, our security management expert reviews business risks associated with outsourcing security jobs to developing countries and learn how security managers can reduce these risks.
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Social engineering techniques have become increasingly sophisticated as more personal and corporate data is shared on the Internet, and traditional training techniques may not be enough to keep enterprises safe.