"Professional" Is Word for Training

Yates, John
May 2006
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;May2006, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p65
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the development of a strong base of skills and tools in security professionals. The obstacles to gaining and updating key skill sets mount along with the emerging of even more complex technologies. The chances of being elected to join or lead projects become better as security systems integrators' expertise increases. There are three primary areas of interest to most security professionals, including update training, classes in infrastructure and fundamentals and vendor product training. The best approach to staying sharp in security technology today is meeting new challenges with a solid plan to invest in the education.


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