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 10 Coolest Jobs in Cybersecurity

 
Cybersecurity is brimming with job opportunities. And the list of jobs ranges from entry-level to executive-level positions.
Here’s a look at the top 10 coolest jobs in cybersecurity:
1. Digital Forensic Analyst: Search computers and networks for evidence in the wake of an incident.
2. Penetration Tester for Systems and Networks: Find security vulnerabilities in target systems, networks and applications to help enterprises improve their security.
3. Application Pen Tester: Test apps before deployment to find and avoid opportunities for intruders.
4. Security Operations Center (SOC) Analyst: Perform active prevention, detection, monitoring and response with an eye for detail and anomalies.
5. Cyber Defender/Security Engineer (Enterprise & ICS): Implement and tune firewalls, IPS/IDS, patching, administrator rights, monitoring and application white listing, and more.
6. Incident Responder: Figure out why a system has gone down or dead.
7. Security Architect: Design and build defensible systems.
8. Secure Software Developer: Lead all developers to create secure software, implement secure programming techniques and ensure customer software is free from vulnerabilities.
9. Malware Analyst/Reverse Engineer: Examine malicious software to understand the nature of the threat.
10. Technical Director/CISO: Using business acumen, communication skills, and process-oriented thinking connect legal, regulatory and local organizational requirements with risk-taking, financial constraints and technological adoption.
Sources: U.S. Cyber Academy and SANS Institute
 
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