The Cyber Talent Shortage


By Fred Kwong

Febraury 17, 2023
4 min read

With the current technology skills gap affecting various industries, organizations are looking for ways to equip their team members with in-demand cybersecurity skills. Cybersecurity professionals don't necessarily need a technical background to thrive in the industry. It's possible to segue into the field from other disciplines.

About Fred Kwong

Chief Information Security Officer, DeVry University

Dr. Fred Kwong has been in the information security and technology field for the past 20 years working in the education, financial, telecommunication, healthcare, and insurance sectors. He is an award-winning thought leader in security and currently works at DeVry University where he serves as the VP and Chief Information Security Officer. He is a member of several advisory boards and is a frequent speaker at national security forums on cyber security and information technology.

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