Indeed, the number one job site in Canada (with a presence in over 60 countries) recently released their annual list highlighting the best jobs in 2018. Out of the top ten, nine of the best jobs in the nation were tech-related.
In 2017, the hospitality industry became a prime target for bad actors and it doesn’t look like things will change anytime soon. It’s a significant cause for concern as data breaches can have dire consequences for both single properties and giant multinational corporations.
For the cybersecurity industry, the last couple of years have been a total nightmare. From ransomware attacks to virtual bank heists, the number of monthly cyber attacks are now in the millions.
As every industry imaginable gets digitally transformed, they can also become highly vulnerable to cybersecurity threats. Whether its healthcare, logistics, or retail, the industry’s supply chain or what’s also known as value-chain (or third-party) the threat level isn’t really any different.
Next month will mark the first anniversary of the infamous WannaCry ransomware attack, but we’re all still (more or less) vulnerable.
In recent years, the financial services industry, which has been historically averse to change, embraced technology with open arms. This coupled with new regulations and stable growth created a number of new opportunities for established players and startups alike.