White House net security paper

Barney Wolff barney at databus.com
Sun May 31 22:29:59 CDT 2009


Any organization moaning about unfilled slots is welcome to raise its
salary scale, and fill them.  All such whining is really an implicit
statement that the job is not vital enough to fill.  Funny, you never
hear complaints about being unable to fill CEO slots, or bond traders.

On Sun, May 31, 2009 at 10:54:40PM -0400, Sean Donelan wrote:
> 
> Its not the quality, its the quantity.
> 
> Two new grads are great, but over the next 10 years some estimates (yeah, 
> I know about statistics) say there will be a gap of over 100,000 new IT 
> Security jobs to fill in the US and close to a million unfilled positions 
> world-wide.
> 
> How many ISPs have too many network security people?

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Barney Wolff         I never met a computer I didn't like.





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