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Many people believe security jobs require deep technical expertise in networks and operating systems, as well as extensive academic training and certifications. While those elements can accelerate career growth, the opportunities to break into the cybersecurity field have never been greater. The IT industry is facing a cybersecurity skills crisis that is expected to leave up to 1.8 million jobs unfilled by 2021.

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The proliferation of network-connected devices, the adoption of cloud services and the exponential rise in security threats are leading to the emergence of new IT hiring trends. According to an IDC survey, it is precisely these trends that will determine which IT roles will be hot in the future.

Building Your CIO Career Plan in 5 Steps

By thinking in terms of a five-step career plan, you can establish a path to the CIO role at your organization. The starting point is having the right academic credentials. In addition to a university degree in computer science or a related technical field (such as management information systems), it is important to focus on building the right portfolio of skills and experiences that will catapult you into the corner office.

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