Electronic crime today flourishes with them hackers to invent more and more ways to make their presence felt and evoke them data that they want. As we all perceive, to anticipate and to deal with such attacks, frantically working groups cybersecurity. Their work is continuous and organized, with the aim of reducing such incidents.
But what happens when these people are damaged?
Surveys have shown that nearly two-thirds of the staff of the departments cybersecurity have at least once in their professional career considered the possibility of giving up their jobs and withdrawing completely. That's because why object inevitably creates a lot of stress and exponentially increasing pressure leads to overwork. The question that arises now is whether all the employees or parts of them who have thought to leave their teams do do so who will fill this gap?
This may pose a problem because there is no know-how cybersecurity by many and will create the need for education young people in the subject. On the other hand, one can not guarantee that workers who will actually leave (or part of them) can not use their knowledge to the contrary. Do not forget that these are people who have the skills. If we consider the financial benefit, these people could turn into some of the most terrifying Cybercriminals we have never seen, because they know what is happening on the other side.
Equally worrying is the fact that, even if employees do not depart as we think, the existing groups lack the knowledge and experience required to deal with a risk which is constantly evolving.
According to his practitioners cybersecurity, the knowledge that the employees of these groups need to have is infinite and varied. Unfortunately, however, there is not enough time, as attacks are increasing and coping tools are growing. So many times, workers will be called upon to resolve situations with no knowledge.
We inevitably end up in tired people who can not manage their anxiety and resort to the resignation.