There's no shortage of cybersecurity training and certifications for security professionals, yet programs available today are focused on session completion, not outcomes. This outmoded approach to training doesn’t translate to measurable improvements in cybersecurity knowledge, skills, and judgment that lead to long-term resilience. Perennial staffing shortages and high turnover compound this problem, affecting the skills composition of security teams and making it much more difficult for leaders to build teams that can adapt to the evolving threat landscape. Join us as we discuss ways leaders can and should shift focus from training individuals to a more holistic approach to people-centric cybersecurity.
- Why traditional approaches to cyber training and certificates fail to prepare workforces for new and emerging threats
- Why leaders should shift focus from training individuals to a more holistic approach
- Ways you can upskill teams across the organization while evaluating processes and filling knowledge gaps
- How investing in continuous upskilling builds vital cyber capabilities that lead to long-term cyber resilience