Governments and industry continue to invest in training employees with obsolete, theoretical, and very expensive courses, despite the fact that there may be as many as 3 million vacant unique cyber roles worldwide. These courses are the reason why there is a cyber skills deficit in the first place. Isn't it about time you tried something new?
The global scarcity of cyber skills is a very serious and important problem. Businesses and organizations are vulnerable to cyber attacks due to a shortage of competent cyber security specialists. A number of issues have been blamed for the shortfall, including a lack of understanding of the necessity of cyber security, a scarcity of qualified instructors, and a lack of investment in specialized training institutions.
The reality is that demand for cyber security experts significantly outnumbers supply. Businesses lose billions of dollars in lost productivity, reputational damage, and legal bills as a result of the skills shortage. Businesses and governments must take immediate action to address this issue.
A bachelor's degree in cybersecurity costs around $30,000 USD on average. Because these degrees are primarily theoretical and outdated, employers must invest 50-500K in up-skilling a graduate before they can be regarded as competent in their job. How many organizations can afford this? Very few.
MCSI's online platform is the most efficient and cost effective way to train cyber operators. The average cost is 95% more cost-effective than traditional methods. In addition, the average time to train a junior cyber operator is 5 weeks. Our Institute guarantees these results because it is not possible for students to cheat on our platform.
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