Hiring Kit: Cyber Threat Hunter
Professional cyber threat hunters complement cybersecurity programs focusing on potential threats and vulnerabilities that may breach automated cybersecurity tools and traditional systems.
These hunters proactively search for previously unknown or ongoing threats by using their deep understanding of cybersecurity and how cybercriminals operate.
This hiring kit from TechRepublic Premium provides a workable framework you can use to find the best cyber threat hunter for your organization.
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DETERMINING FACTORS, DESIRABLE PERSONALITY TRAITS AND SKILLSETS
A cyber threat hunter is a professional specialist in cybersecurity. They typically hold degrees in computer science, cybersecurity, forensics or a closely related field. In addition, many hunters have certifications in specific cybersecurity technologies, such as the Certified Information Systems Security Professional or the Offensive Security Certified Professional.
The most sought-after hunters have several years of experience and proven success rates. They are trained to identify potential vulnerabilities and threats that bypass automated technologies and traditional approaches. To accomplish their work they require a highly focused mind, good intuition backed by experience and a constantly updated comprehensive understanding of how cybercriminals work.
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