To protect vital systems and data, organizations must create cybersecurity programs containing the right mix of security tools and skilled personnel.

This is especially challenging since effective security strategies include offensive or proactive tactics, like pen testing and red teaming, which require staff members with specialized expertise and certifications.

That means upskilling or reskilling current employees with the knowledge and training needed. Both training methods allow organizations to invest in and develop their current staff, which benefits employer and employee. While upskilling and reskilling are not overnight solutions, they can help shorten the time it takes to hire for hard-to-fill security roles.  

In this guide, learn the benefits of upskilling and reskilling, best practices, and how to get started.  

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