The volume of cyberattacks continues to soar while the resource gap of skilled cybersecurity professionals continues to grow. According to a recent ISACA survey, 37% of organizations say fewer than one in four candidates are qualified, and 32% report the time to fill cybersecurity and information security positions is six months or more.  A robust security strategy requires a skilled workforce, and cybersecurity training and certifications are essential tools in combating the staffing-shortage challenge.
Cylance is dedicated to raising awareness and knowledge of endpoint security best practices within the global cybersecurity landscape. As part of that commitment, the company is pleased to introduce the new Cylance Security Professional (CSP) Accreditation, which enables security professionals to stay current with the latest innovations and become an expert on cutting-edge endpoint security technology.
The more expertise a security administrator can bring to the organization, the more value and protection they can deliver. The CSP Accreditation provides a valuable resource for continuing education of cybersecurity talent to help close the cybersecurity skills and resource gap.
The free accreditation program is open to Cylance customers, partners, employees, and any security professional who wants to gain in-depth cybersecurity skills. Becoming a Cylance Security Professional enables participants to make the most of the power of Cylance’s endpoint protection products to secure companies from ransomware, fileless malware, and other advanced threats.
A symbol of in-depth endpoint security knowledge, the CSP Accreditation demonstrates a strong understanding of how to successfully configure and manage Cylance security products.
The Cylance Security Professional Accreditation provides important advantages:
- Illustrates strong understanding of endpoint security skills and experience
- Demonstrates value to current and future employers
- As a partner, accelerates sales and offers new services
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This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog post authored by The Cylance Team. Read the original post at: Cylance Blog