Cybersecurity is quickly rising to the top of the list of excellent employment paths. It is one of the areas of information technology that is getting harder and harder to master. Organizations are looking for specialists to assist them in addressing the increasingly expanding cyber threats across the globe. To stop attacks that are of an illegal nature requires professionals to have specialized great deal unique skill sets, which makes Cyber Security a challenging domain. However, these are not the only factors increasing the demand for Cyber Security professionals. The top ten reasons to learn cyber security this year are listed below.
Top 10 Reasons:
Bigger pay checks
Highly sought-after field, incredibly popular field
The requirements are simple.
While other trends may come and go, cyber security trends endure.
Scholarships and opportunities for cybersecurity training
Mathematics is not needed to learn Cybersecurity
After acquiring the necessary skill set, work for top-tier firms.
Abilities no one else has
There is never a bad time to start.
Leadership and management abilities
Guruprasad Gadgil, Ph.D. (Cybersecurity)
Assistant Professor Business Analytics
Department of Management, Marketing, Logistics, and Business Analytics
University of Alaska Anchorage
Assistant Professor of Business Analytics University of Alaska, Anchorage
Associate Professor of Management Information System with Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, CT, USA
Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems with Francis Marion University, Florence South Carolina, USA
Strong leader with more than 15 years of experience managing the execution of large, global IT projects
Skilled communicator, motivator, and creative thinker
Knowledgeable in the software development lifecycle, Waterfall and Agile methodology
Successful manager of complex business processes from inception to verification
Customer centered with a passion for translating customer needs into workable and effective solutions
Knowledgeable and experienced collaborator as a former IT analyst, business analyst, and program manager
Experienced IT Systems Corporate Trainer for 10 + years
University of North Texas, College of Information
PhD, Information Science, minor in cyber security
Dissertation successfully defended March 2, 2018;
Dissertation: “Social Media Influences on Privacy and Security of Marginalized and Minority Populations.
Robert Morris University Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A
Master of Information Systems, September 2012
University of Mumbai, M.E.T Institute of Management Sciences, Mumbai, India
Master of Information Management, June 2010
University of Mumbai, M.G. M’s College of Engineering Technology, Mumbai, India
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering, June 1998
AREAS OF INTEREST
Cyber security, Information Security, Information Behavior,
Business Analytics, Data Science, Management Science, Managerial Decision Making, Quantitative Methods and Business Statistics
Knowledge Management, Relational Database Management, Data Modeling
Applied Multivariate Statistics, Applied Regression Analysis, Business Research Methods
Cultural influences on Cyber Security behaviors
Cyber Security concerns of minorities and marginalized populations,