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December 2021

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According to the (ISC)² Cybersecurity Workforce Study, the global cybersecurity skills gap has decreased, from 3.1 million to 2.7 million people, reflecting a greater number of people joining the profession. The study also looks at cybersecurity salaries, top skills development priorities, and planned investments in people and technology.  Job satisfaction among the professionals also increased with 77% of respondents satisfied or extremely satisfied with their jobs compared to 66% in 2019.    Download the full study at: 

Businesses across all verticals are facing greater challenges in managing and mitigating the impact of cyberattacks. Experience and expertise in cybersecurity is driving innovators to develop the solutions needed to enable businesses to protect their data, operations and their customers.  Ireland has become recognised as a cybersecurity innovator and many international companies are based here. The unique expertise in Ireland is driving further to benefit from increased global investment. This article published on the Bank of Ireland's ThinkBusiness website showcases 26 leading Irish cybersecurity companies