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Interested in Network Security but Not Sure Where to Begin? Start Here!

There is no question that working in network security has its perks. To begin with, there is no shortage of jobs. Cybersecurity Ventures predicts that there will be 3.5 million job openings in the cybersecurity field by 2021. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics also shows steady job growth for network security professionals, predicting a 28 percent increase from 2016-2026 with an annual median salary of $98,350. Yet although these facts make network security a smart field to get into, they are not the only draw to these jobs.

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Join the First Line of Defense Against Hackers with CompTIA Security+ Certification

Cybercrime is never going away for the same reason crime itself will never go away—it’s human nature. Thus, people and companies will always be vulnerable. Crime pays, as the saying goes, and this holds true for cybercrime as well. The law may catch up with online criminals eventually, but until it does, there are millions to be made.

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Secure Your Job with Cybersecurity Training

Year after year, the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) reveals that cyberattacks are on the rise. This year’s report is no different, showing another increase in the number of security incidents and successful breaches.

Organizations realize this threat, and their response to cyberattacks has resulted in a spending boom that Cybersecurity Ventures expects to exceed $1 trillion by 2021. However, this spending isn’t going only toward technology and solutions. Companies are hiring cybersecurity experts as well. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job market for cybersecurity analysts will increase by 28 percent by 2026.

“There’s a huge demand for cybersecurity roles,” Indeed.com states. “Employers, on the other hand, may struggle to fill them.” With an increase in attacks and a shortage of skilled workers, this is the perfect time to take cybersecurity training to obtain industry certifications.

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How to Become a Security Specialist with the CompTIA Security+ Certification

To say cybersecurity jobs are in high demand would be a vast understatement. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in the sector are expected to grow at a rate of 28 percent from 2016-2026. The CompTIA Security+ certification provides access to a drove of these jobs, including a career as a security specialist.

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You've Secured Our Country, Now Get Career Training to Secure Our Networks

By serving in the military, you played an important role in securing our country. Now that you are re-entering civilian life, have you considered a job securing the nation’s computer networks? Career training in data security is an ideal way to make the most of your military background, and you can enter a growing profession.

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