With the number of job openings rising and a shortage of skilled professionals to fill these roles, a career in cybersecurity has never looked more appealing. Here are six popular cybersecurity certifications that companies are looking for candidates to posses.
Since 2004, October has been designated as National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM). Many organizations use this as an opportunity to roll out annual cybersecurity training to their entire workforce. But is that training effective in initiating the behavior changes that keep your organization safe? What approaches can give you a better shot at building cybersecurity awareness and keeping it top of mind when employees are presented with a real threat? Here are some ideas to consider.
Congratulations! You landed an in-person interview. Next step: Sell why you’re the one for the job. Confidence is key and being prepared will give you that extra edge to make it to the next round, or better yet seal the deal. The thought of an interview can be stressful enough, read through our checklist to make sure you’re ready and prepared to have a successful conversation.
Over the years, we have helped a lot of companies improve their application training. Their own training development efforts had not achieved their desired goals, and so, they brought in an external resource.
As a developer I often get questions about the future. Specifically, how much time it would take me to develop an (often nebulously conceptualized) eLearning course in Storyline. A good rule of thumb is that it will take a bit more than an hour of production for every minute of limited interaction course time. That doesn’t include developing a storyboard (or script) or custom content. Custom content can include audio narration, icons that are specific to the content of the course, or custom video content.