Explore the CyberSeek tool at http://cyberseek.org/
Visualizing the need for and supply of cybersecurity workers across the country, a Cybersecurity Jobs Heat Map, CyberSeek, has been developed by CompTIA in partnership with Burning Glass Technologies. The tool provides data to help employers, job seekers, policy makers, training providers, and guidance counselors meet today’s increasing demand. When the tool was first launched in 2016, CyberSeek unveiled information on the supply of workers with relevant credentials and career pathways in cybersecurity that map opportunities for advancement in the field.
In the Fall of 2019, NICE, CompTIA, and Burning Glass Technologies announced that the CyberSeek tool would be expanded to tackle the increasingly critical problem of cybersecurity skills gaps and worker shortages. Enhancements will be made to be able to retrieve even more information at the national, state, and metro levels and in the private and public sector.
An informational webinar was in February 2016, providing a background on the vision and scope for the project. View the recording of The Cybersecurity Talent Search Solution: An Informational Webinar.
In March 2017, A NICE Webinar was held on the topic of career pathway systems. The CyberSeek Pathway tool was demonstrated as a mechanism to identify entry-, mid-, and advanced-level cybersecurity jobs and apply the NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework to help individuals identify the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for career advancement. View the recording of the NICE Webinar: Building a Career Pathways System for Cybersecurity.
In May 2018, a webinar was held to show how to use CyberSeek to gain actionable insight about the cybersecurity workforce. A demo was also provided. View the recording of Hack the Cybersecurity Skill Gap with CyberSeek.org.
CyberSeek is supported by the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE), a program of the National Institute of Standards and Technology in the U.S. Department of Commerce, under financial assistance award # 60NANB19D124. Learn more at cyberseek.org.