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In just 3-6 months, you can acquire the essential defensive and offensive cybersecurity skills required to kickstart a career in Cybersecurity Analytics. The rapidly growing demand for cybersecurity jobs and the average salary of around $80,000 make this investment in time and effort highly worthwhile.
Role & Responsibility
- Monitor the organization’s networks for security breaches and investigate violations
- Install and use software like firewalls and data encryption for protection
- Prepare detailed reports on security breaches and their extent of damage
- Conduct penetration testing to find system vulnerabilities before exploitation
- Research the latest IT security trends
- Develop security standards and best practices
- Recommend security enhancements to management
- Assist computer users with installing and understanding security products and procedures
|2020 Median Pay||$103,590 per year | $49.80 per hour|
|2021 Median Pay||$102,600 per year | $49.33 per hour|
|Work Experience in Related Occupation||Less than 5 years|
|Number of Jobs, 2020||141,200|
|Number of Jobs, 2021||163,000|
|Job Outlook, 2020-30||33%|
|Job Outlook, 2021-31||35%|
|Employment Change 2020-30||47,100|
|Employment Change 2021-31||56,500|
Based on national data, not school-specific information. Conditions in your area may vary.
How to become
People who work as information security analysts usually have a bachelor’s degree in computer science, information assurance, programming, or something related. Some employers like it if you also have a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in information systems. To get an MBA in information systems, you usually need to study for about 2 more years after your first degree. This program covers both business and computer topics.