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New Data Shows Expansion in Cybersecurity Worker Shortage

CyberSeek, a free cybersecurity workforce and career resource, has been updated to include new data collected from April 2017 to March 2018. This new data reports that there are over 301,000 open jobs in cybersecurity across the nation, including over 13,000 openings in the public sector. Do you know how many open cybersecurity jobs there are in your state or metropolitan area? Find out now at CyberSeek.org

Read the full press release on the CyberSeek data refresh. 

CyberSeek features an Interactive Map showing the supply and demand of cybersecurity workers and a Career Pathway tool that maps opportunities for advancement in the field. Both of these tools are provided as embeddable widgets for your website.


The CyberSeek project 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 Grant #60NANB15D267.

Released June 6, 2018, Updated June 8, 2018