$8 trillion in losses

May 29, 2023

You heard it right. Reports state, in 2023, cybercrime will swallow 8 trillion dollars globally, causing massive damage to the economy.

With the development in the digital space, cybercrime is also growing potentially, with new attacks every day. Phishing attacks, Malware attacks, SQL injection, and Data breaches are a few on the enormous list.

Businesses suffer more in terms of cyber attacks - According to statistics, mid-sized organizations, on average, pay about $170,000 for ransomware attacks. In case of cyber attacks, hackers steal trading practices, business documentation, customer and employee details, passwords, confidential documents, money, and everything else on the system. Further, they can also modify the hardware and organization files resulting in operational disruption. Cyber attacks can cause reputational damage to the company. The customer loses trust in the organization. This can also lead to legal issues. In addition, it causes severe costs to repair the damage. Everything takes a simple internet connection.

Cybersecurity, in this space, is a digital science allowing companies and individuals to protect their data. It calls for a substantial amount of effort and resources. With the advent of cybercrimes, cybersecurity finds endless possibilities in all areas of the internet.

In today’s digital world, cybersecurity is one of the highly sought-after careers, and it will likely retain that privilege in the coming years too. It offers high-paying jobs, namely, Cybersecurity Analyst, Security Architect, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Cybersecurity Manager, Application Security Engineer, and more.

In 2022, the cybersecurity profession witnessed 4.7 million cyber experts globally. Despite the high numbers, (ISC)2, an international non-profit association for information security, reveals a tremendous shortage of 3.1 million cyber specialists. The complexity of cyber threats and training an individual are the principal factors contributing to the deficit of cyber professionals.

CyberSapiens, in this regard, the only cybersecurity team in Mangalore, Karnataka, has been assisting businesses and individuals to safeguard their data from cyber-attacks. They are driven by the passion for educating people about safe technology usage and cybercrimes. They have a team of 40+ experts specialized in cyber forensics, cyber security, and ethical hacking.

The company has trained more than 1 million users, including various organizations. They also work with police departments helping them in cybercrime investigations.

CyberSapiens provides a unique opportunity for all individuals aspiring to become cybersecurity professionals. Its one-of-its-kind Training and Internship program strives to build a strong workforce of cybersecurity experts. The training + internship program is unique in the industry, covering cyber security, ethical hacking, web application security, bug hunting, and more. The program also provides exceptional features that include:

• 100% Placement Assistance: The trainees have been placed in reputed companies like TCS, KPMG, Sophos, IBM, HCL, and others.
• Daily Live and Recorded Videos: For effortless access to all the courses.
• Dedicated Mentors: To help candidates clarify their doubts and concerns.
• Industry Standard Curriculum: So you’re updated on the latest technology.
• Earn while you Learn: Work on live projects and earn bounties.
• Training + Internship: Both internship and training in one programme to gain real-time experience.
• Real-time Industry Experience: Exposure to real-life cyber threats.

Cybersecurity is a vast in-demand domain. If you are passionate about starting a highly-promised career, cybersecurity is for you. If you are eager to work with the experts, CyberSapiens makes the best choice. Contact CyberSapiens to upscale your career now.


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