With over 220,000 open Cyber Security jobs posted within the United States. Cyber Security is the hottest field today. Given the very real possibility for massive financial losses and serious legal ramifications in the event of a cyber security breach, it’s no surprise that CIOs consider Cyber Security attacks a very real and serious threat. blueStone Recruiting’s Cyber Security Division understands the challenges an organization faces today protecting themselves from internal AND external Cyber threats and attacks. The need to hire the best security talent is essential.
Cyber Security jobs can take 36 percent longer to fill than all other job postings. It may be a while before the supply catches up to the demand. In the US, employers posted 50,000 jobs requesting CISSP in the last six months, recruiting from a pool of only 60,000 CISSP holders. So, if you don’t have a cyber security recruiting problem, then you probably have a cyber security retention problem.
I lead the team responsible for Cyber Security recruitment in the Midwest. My Cyber Security Division team recruits for roles such as: security engineers, security analysts and managers, IT Auditors, and Chief Information Security Officers.
I attended Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa where I earned my degree in business administration. Prior to coming to blueStone Recruiting, I worked for the software company AvePoint as a sales manager and following that as a recruiter at Michael Page.
blueStone Recruiting has a solid foundation and it is growing exponentially. I joined this company because I want to play a role in its growth.
Lately I have been contributing to articles regarding the Cyber Security industry. Read the latest article written by Jeff Kauflin of Forbes.