IDC Security Survey: As the Job Churns
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本報告以總公司設立在美國的主要國內、全球的企業中的資訊安全長 (CISO) 、其他上級安全幹部的調查結果為基礎，提供安全的人員、工資、技術相關苦惱和必要性相關的系統性資訊。
This IDC study presents and discusses the findings from a survey of 155 chief information security officers (CISOs) and other senior-level information security executives responsible for overseeing security efforts for major national and global corporations headquartered in the United States. Security is becoming more and more important in enterprises today. As organizations build out their programs, it is useful to understand the nature of the security job market and its accompanying attributes.
"We talk a lot about the security job shortage and the need for education," said Pete Lindstrom, research director, Security Products, "but the real problem is burnout and churn. Our field must rethink the way it handles incidents and treats CISOs to move forward as a profession."