Healthcare Lacks Qualified Personnel

The biggest barriers for remediating and mitigating cyber security incidents are lack of appropriate cybersecurity personnel and lack of financial resources, according to the 2018 HIMSS Cybersecurity Report. This shortage of qualified security specialists available for hire is one of the top threats to the security of healthcare.

Cybersecurity Ventures reports there will be 3.5 million unfilled cybersecurity jobs by 2021. Cybersecurity within the healthcare industry is a complex landscape, and organizations need the option of additional trusted resources to tackle their multifaceted security requirements.

Cyber Tygr places consultants in your organization’s workforce to assist with these information security efforts.

What makes our staffing solutions so unique?

Our experienced consultants are placed in your organization, but they are more than one person deep. They are supported by a robust team of well-rounded and experienced cybersecurity professionals from the private industry as well as intelligence and armed services.

Our team members have years of experience providing sound information security operations and management advice to companies of all sizes and industries, from entry-level security analysts and auditors, to senior-level Information Security Program Managers.

Below is a sampling of the types of positions we can place:

  • Chief Information Security Officer
  • Cryptographer
  • Cybersecurity Analyst/Engineer/Architect
  • Cybersecurity Trainer
  • Embedded Systems Consultant
  • Forensics Expert
  • Governance, Risk, Compliance Manager
  • Incident Response Analyst
  • Information Assurance Analyst/Engineer/Architect
  • Information Security Manager/Director

  • Intrusion Detection Specialist
  • IT Auditor
  • Malware Engineer
  • Network Security Admin/Engineer
  • Penetration Tester
  • Policy Writer
  • Security Operations Center Analyst
  • Security Systems Administrator
  • Threat Intel Analyst
  • Vulnerability Assessor

Cyberseek, developed by the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE), is the actionable arm of NIST. To assist in validating and justifying the need for security consultants, NICE provides insight into cybersecurity labor shortages by area and certifications.