Creating a Culture of Cybersecurity in Your Organization


In an era where digital threats are constantly evolving, understanding and implementing robust cybersecurity measures is crucial for safeguarding digital assets. This article delves into the essentials of cybersecurity, offering insights into protecting your personal and business data.

Cybersecurity is an essential aspect of the digital world, demanding continuous attention and adaptation to new threats. By implementing robust cybersecurity strategies, individuals and businesses can significantly mitigate the risk of cyberattacks.

The landscape of cybersecurity is constantly changing, necessitating ongoing vigilance and adaptation. Staying informed about current threats and evolving defense strategies is key to maintaining robust cybersecurity.

A robust cybersecurity culture is a collective effort that requires ongoing education, clear policies, and open communication. By fostering this culture, organizations can significantly enhance their resilience against cyber threats.

Cybersecurity ecosystem

The Data Security Council of India has forecast that the cybersecurity ecosystem will expand up to a point where nearly one million professionals will be required by 2025. Additionally, the demand for cloud security skills is estimated to grow by 115% between 2020 and 2025, representing almost 20,000 job openings, Narayan added.

An extensive exercise in reskilling and/or upskilling the existing workforce, believe staffing experts, is one of the ways that telcos can future proof their work.

Indian mobile phone operators are expected to at least double their investments on network security with the 5G roll out expected to spark a surge in network vulnerabilities, which assume critical importance especially for enterprises.

However, it is already proving to be a challenge for telcos to have robust security teams.

Bharti Airtel, for example, has been preparing for 5G roll out by upskilling its professionals and offering them certification courses such as CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) and CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional). The courses are offered based on skill and eligibility level free of cost.

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