[SecurityWeek] Hacking the Hire: Three Ways to Recruit and Retain Cyber Talent

Finding the right fit for your security team remains a daunting and somewhat challenging task in today’s world. There’s a well-documented shortage of talent across the cybersecurity industry dating back several years. The COVID-19 pandemic and the challenges it brought have made matters worse.

Recent reports and surveys don’t paint a pretty picture. 

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