Cybersecurity job fatigue affects many cyber security & information security professionals who face numerous occupational hazards such as long hours, high stress levels, and career frustration that can lead to wellbeing & mental health issues.
The cybersecurity skills shortage is increasing which is having a negative effect on information security professionals and their organizations, in turn driving increased pressure from senior leadership onto cyber security teams & individuals.
Often, the cybersecurity team lacks some advanced skills in areas like security analytics, forensic investigations, or cloud computing security, putting more pressure on the most experienced staffers to pick up the slack.
For example, the ESG/ISSA research indicates the following:
The upward trend in freelancing is driven by individuals who want more freedom and flexibility in the way they work. Most of all, they want to work on jobs that are stimulating, interesting and diverse.
CYBERGIG offers cyber professionals a means of achieving this freedom and flexibility, while helping them build their profile in the industry, network and portfolio of work.