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BBC has reported the Rise of Robo-Recruiters, artificially intelligent chatbots that can “evaluate resumes, schedule and conduct applicant screenings, and even congratulate you on your first day of work.”   In online conversations, there is “no obvious indication” that Mya (her name) is not human, except for the word “bot” next to her name.  Launched in 2016, the chatbot is already being used by three of the five largest U.S. recruiting firms.

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Cybersecurity consciousness in the C-suite – Domini Clark to SC Magazine

InfoSec Connect founder Domini Clark  contributed her thoughts on the rising awareness of cybersecurity in the C-suite to SC Magazine.

The article originally appeared here, and a copy is below.

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Cybersecurity consciousness in the C-suite

Cybersecurity consciousness in the C-suite
Cybersecurity consciousness in the C-suite

Enterprises are better protected from repercussions of a breach with a board that’s knowledgeable about security and which makes sure a comprehensive set of security policies are in place, reports Greg Masters.

With cybercriminal risk at an all-time high across the globe, it’s only inevitable that your company will be targeted, experts say. But, they add, the manner in which a company prepares for a cyberattack is what separates winners and losers. The biggest differentiator is engagement by the board in cybersecurity matters and the adoption of best practices in IT departments.

The good news is that the C-suite is, in fact, improving its posture in these vital matters, according to a Protiviti security survey, “Managing the Crown Jewels and Other Critical Data,” released in February. The study found that current board engagement levels are at 33 percent, compared to 28 percent in 2015.But, while boards are, in general, increasing their management of IT security implementations, there is still more work to be done. “While the increase in boards of directors’ and company management’s engagement with information security is a positive sign, it’s imperative that leadership keeps closer tabs on the state of their organizations’ cybersecurity programs,” says Scott Laliberte, a Protiviti managing director and leader of the firm’s global IT security and privacy practice. “Particularly as new technologies are introduced and new approaches to generating revenue are deployed, it’s increasingly important to reexamine existing data security and privacy processes on a regular basis – ensuring that the right systems and people are in place to keep pace with changes.”

OUR EXPERTS

Wils Bell, cybersecurity recruiter
Joyce Brocaglia, CEO, Alta Associates; founder, Executive Women’s Forum
Domini Clark, principal, Blackmere Consulting; director of strategy, InfoSec Connect
Gary Clayton, shareholder in the workplace privacy and data security practice, Littler Mendelson
Rajiv Gupta, CEO, Skyhigh Networks
Scott Laliberte, managing director and leader of global IT security and privacy practice, Protiviti
Michael Potters, CEO, Glenmont Group
Kimberly Verska, partner and chief information officer, Culhane Meadows

Kimberly Verska, partner and chief information officer at law firm Culhane Meadows, sees roles shifting in the C-suite, particularly in light of the hacks of corporations and their advisers. “Locking down data securely at every point of an enterprise’s operations is finally getting the attention it deserves,” says Verska, who concentrates her practice on corporate and technology transactions as well as regulatory issues, particularly in the arena of data privacy.

Data security has been a longtime focus in companies whose product is data, she explains. “It’s only now, as a result of several highly publicized corporate exposures and CEOs losing their jobs as a result, that the issue of data security is getting serious attention.”

No company or executive wants to be embarrassed on the front page of any news outlet for something like a data breach or hacked email or Twitter account, she says. “And when CEOs lose their jobs over these breaches, security tends to become a top C-suite priority. As a result, management is starting to recruit more ‘tech savvy-ness’ at every level of their organizations — from operation to the C-suite, even to board-level positions.”

Competition to get the right security professionals on board is fierce, says Verska, who speaks Russian, German and Spanish, and has authored and co-authored numerous articles on the laws of foreign jurisdictions relating to data privacy and e-commerce. But it’s more than simply hiring a well-known security expert or a CIO. “It’s not enough to hire a ‘compliance lion’ if no one is watching what the cubs are doing. The real shift in the C-suite is working to create a culture of compliance organization-wide.”

In the past, a company’s security functions fell to the CIO or CTO, whose top priorities are typically a mix of innovation and operations, and very few of the largest enterprises employed a CISO, says Domini Clark (left), a principal at Blackmere Consulting, an executive recruiter for the technical and cybersecurity industry. Even the U.S. government didn’t have a C-suite security-focused executive in the role before 2016, when the first federal CISO was hired, she points out. “But times are rapidly changing, and corporations are learning that security is no longer purely a technological issue, and can no longer be constrained solely to IT.”

Senior management is realizing that information security is really a risk issue, and risk is a business challenge that needs broader solutions, says Clark, also the director of strategy at InfoSec Connect. “This realization means we will continue to see growth in the CISO function across organizations of all sizes.”

Michael Potters (right), CEO of Glenmont Group, a Montclair, N.J.-based executive search firm, agrees that roles are shifting in the C-suite, but, he explains, it’s taking shape in two forms: The CISO position is now showing up at most Fortune 500 organizations often not reporting to a CIO but to a CEO, he says. Plus, there is now a movement to see chief information governance officers (CIGOs) become an accepted role at the C-suite and have infosec in the silo.

Also, the role of the general counsel at the Fortune 500 has had cyber issues dotted lined to them as they are under fire to makes sure that this is being addressed properly to prevent “break the bank,” large-scale litigation caused by not addressing cyber issues in a proactive way, he says.

Others also see more direct reporting to the C-suite and activities with the board. C-level and boards are seeking trusted advisers, says Gary Clayton, shareholder in the workplace privacy and data security practice of Littler Mendelson. Although there is a caveat, he points to: Many who would be potentially great advisers are so concerned about personal and professional liabilities that they are reluctant to accept these positions.

Meanwhile, Laliberte at Protiviti, also sees some movement within the C-suite. “In some organizations, security is now reporting into risk management rather than IT,” he says. More C-level personnel are becoming involved in cyber and security issues, he says. “Organizations are realizing cyber is not just an IT issue, but needs involvement of the business as well.”

Joyce Brocaglia (left), CEO at security executive recruitment firm Alta Associates, says that as her firm seeks out CISOs, she is seeing that the role itself is being elevated in many companies. “We are conducting many searches where the C-suite realizes that what got them to here isn’t going to take them to the future, so they are hiring more strategic thinking CISOs with a broader set of responsibilities than just cybersecurity,” says Brocaglia, also the founder of the Executive Women’s Forum. “Some are now reporting to the CEO and no longer sit under a CIO in technology. Cybersecurity has become a board level imperative. The C-suite is interested in how cybersecurity can make the overall company more resilient.”

Today’s top cybersecurity personnel, particularly in the CISO position, are using more tools to help monitor the enterprise’s risk and planning ahead for what to do when they are breached, according to Wils Bell, a cybesecurity recruiter for 15-plus years. Bell says he’s seeing people that are more technical and have a good knowledge of enterprise risk as well as the overall business.

More tech speak in the corner office

Are boards enlisting more tech savvy personnel? Bell emphatically says “Yes.”

Verska, though, says the answer depends on the industry and, in some cases, board members’ comfort with technology. Historically, among the Fortune 100, the shift to nominate tech-savvy members is slower, aside from the obvious positions of chief technology officer (CTO) or chief information officer (CIO), she says, adding that this slow adoption results in an interesting phenomenon: Vulnerability at the very top of the pyramid, when, for example, an otherwise savvy executive uses the word “password” or “12345678” as a password, or unwittingly falls victim to a spear-phishing attack.

Security Rx:
An engaged board
Key findings from security and privacy Protiviti’s survey, “Managing the Crown Jewels and Other Critical Data,” include:Having an engaged board and a comprehensive set of security polices make a huge difference – In assessing the results for companies in which the board has a high level of engagement in information security, these organizations rate considerably higher than other companies in nearly all facets of information security best practices.A concerning number of companies – nearly one in five – cannot confidently identify or locate their most valuable data assets. Protecting these “crown jewels” requires a data classification scheme and effective policies that are supported across the enterprise.

People, as well as policies, are key to an effective security program. Security policies are best supported with training programs and communications for employees, who are often responsible, unintentionally or otherwise, for enabling data and security breaches. Organizations should focus on promoting a culture of security policy compliance.

Vendor risk management must mature – As the use of cloud-based storage and external data-management vendors increases, the importance of vendor risk management grows. Notable gaps currently exist between top-performing organizations and other companies when it comes to overall knowledge of vendors’ data security management programs and procedures – areas that might stand between an organization’s crown jewels and cyber-attackers.

Familiarity with the risks and with technology is critical, Verska emphasizes. And as board membership evolves, more board members will have grown up with technology and have been thoroughly schooled to know better than to disclose passwords, account numbers or other critical data to the sender of an unexpected email, she says.

“The executives who joke that they ‘are helpless with all this new technology stuff,’ may end up being the weak link that creates a major hole in a company’s security systems,” says Verska. “Because no matter how effective or cutting-edge the security technology one implements, in the end, the best defense against cyberattack is an organization-wide culture of security.”

At the board level, she says, this means that every member must understand that as part of their “a duty of care,” neither they nor the company’s employees engage in or overlook practices that pose risks like security breaches. “It’s a responsibility that board members increasingly know they must consider and to which they are beginning to respond,” she says.

Clark agrees, saying that technology in the workplace is growing at an explosive rate. “There is currently more technology in use enterprise-wide than there has ever been before,” she points out. “It is clear that security is influencing conversations at the highest executive levels and boards are becoming more and more savvy about technology and cyber risk.”

Brocaglia at Alta Associates, says her firm places many CISOs who must have the skills to directly present to the board. And, validating that requirement is new legislation recently introduced in the Senate that would require publicly traded companies to disclose to regulators whether any members of their boards of directors have cybersecurity expertise.

The Cybersecurity Disclosure Act of 2017, or S. 536, would not mandate that companies retain a cybersecurity expert on its board. Rather, the proposed legislation would require companies to explain – in their filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission – whether such expertise, in fact, exists on their boards and, if not, why this expertise is redundant owing to other procedures put in place by the company.

Brocaglia says she expects that this legislation will raise the issue more frequently with board members and result in their evaluation of the executives they have in place driving their security and risk teams.

But, for Rajiv Gupta (right), CEO at Skyhigh Networks, boards have paid lip service to adding members with cybersecurity expertise. CISOs often take on the responsibility of educating the board, he says, making business-minded CISOs a hot commodity on the job market. “They say the CIO is the new COO, and the CISO is the new CIO. Technology is now a core function for companies reinventing themselves as digital businesses. The CIO leads digital transformation and the CISO is responsible for overcoming the principal technology barriers of cybersecurity and privacy.”

Other experts agree that there is a gap between the talent required and positions filled. Potters at Glenmont Group, says this is a huge problem. “The boards are still being populated by investor types (VCs and PEs) or old school leaders who are too far away from cyber issues to understand the importance of cybersecurity,” he says. “When I talk with board members it is scary to hear how detached they actually are on this issue.”

Meanwhile, Clayton at Littler Mendelson says that many boards try to recruit board members that have cyber knowledge but the skillsets and personality combination are relatively rare. “There’s too much techno-babble by most of those who are knowledgeable cybersecurity personnel,” he says.

Laliberte too says it is extremely difficult to find tech savvy board members. “Instead boards are enlisting external help of subject matter experts to assist them in understanding cyber risks.”

Data theft response

But, while companies do what they can to hire the appropriate security personnel, in the C-suite security is certainly rising up the ranks as a business enabler.

Bell says he sees companies realizing that there is no way to avoid a data compromise if they are singled out for a hack, but, he explains, they can avoid large financial loses and branding issues. “No one wants to be the next Target or Home Depot,” he says. The solution he opts for is to reduce the damage. “I see some companies tie the CISO’s bonus or reduce it for breach activity or perhaps direct financial loss. Companies need to realize that there is just as brilliant a mind on the other side of the desk (hacker) as they have on staff.”

Breaches, he says, are inevitable for most firms, but how well they are mitigated or how the damage is contained makes the difference.

Potters says execs are finally looking at this issue proactively as opposed to reactively and are now willing to invest money (though not enough) to address the problems before they happen and not after they happen.

“…the best defense against cyberattack is an organization-wide culture of security.” 

– Kimberly Verska, partner and CIO, Culhane Meadows

Verska agrees that the C-suite folks are paying attention. “Episodes like the Target data breach, which resulted in the exit of that company’s CEO, certainly got the attention of industry,” she says. “We see increased emphasis on employee and executive training – including the C-suite and board level – particularly of those with a fiduciary responsibility of due care. Companies are spending millions of dollars on data security and training. This is a good thing if people take training seriously because sometimes it’s the little things that trip companies up.”

Security breaches are the quickest way for a company to get its name – the names of its executives, or the names of its board of directors – on the front page of the Wall Street Journal, she adds. “Worse is when it’s for neglecting to patch vulnerabilities that in hindsight look quite obvious, like permitting employees to transfer confidential customer data onto their unencrypted personal laptops so they can work at home.”

In the not-too-distant future, companies will be looking at block chain and cutting-edge technology as the standard of due care evolves, Verska (left) says. “But in the meantime, they can and should use the tools that exist. Have firewalls and monitoring software to check whether someone is trying to breach those firewalls,” she advises.

She also advises considering encryption. “It is the industry standard of care for many types of data, legally required in many cases.”

What’s shocking about encryption technology is how many companies don’t even do that, she says. “They may rely on third-party providers who may or may not have upgraded their own systems. We recommend that clients carefully consider the chain of operations and what happens when their data comes to rest in a third-party service provider — are they secure or are they leaky?”

Too often, she says, companies think their data is encrypted and protected as they move it from point A to point B, but it’s not. “Nor do I think a lot of companies realize how many ways there are for intruders to hop into the pipeline when they send sensitive data via ordinary emails.”

Companies are realizing that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, says Blackmere’s Clark. “Data theft is a risk from outside the organization from hackers and phishing attacks, but increasingly a risk from the inside – from both intentional employee theft and unintentional employee negligence,” she says. “Just like we’ve seen the emergence of the role of the CISO who is overseeing responsibility for corporate risk, we are also seeing the shift in mentality that data theft is not just an IT issue, but one that needs to be prevented through technology measures and continuous cybersecurity training geared toward the non-technical employee.”

Executive teams are beginning to understand that the responsibility for protecting their company’s data is truly a team effort, and that the responsibility for data loss risk management, while led by the CISO, truly belongs to the organization as a whole, Clark adds.

And what will it take to attract and retain the right people?

Corporations need to come to terms with the compensation needed to get these highly skilled and highly desirable cyber experts, says Potters. These workers can save your company, he explains. “Don’t try and squeeze someone with $200k skills into a $100k pay band,” he advises.

Also, he adds, hiring authorites need to understand that time is of the essence when looking at candidates. “If you think you have found someone that is worth bringing in on your team, move quickly,” Potters says. Streamline the interview process so it only takes a couple of weeks, and not a month or more. “You will lose out on that candidate as they start hearing about other opportunities – or, at the very least, you will have to give them more than the 15 percent recruiting bump that is typical.”

Cybersecurity Professionals

Staffing Industry Analysts Credits Domini Clark with Quote of the Week about the Best Cybersecurity Professionals

InfoSec Connect founder Domini Clark was credited with the Quote of the Week from Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA).

BEST CYBERSECURITY PROS ‘THINK LIKE CRIMINALS’ — STAFFING QUOTE OF THE WEEK

“The best cybersecurity professionals think like criminals,” Domini Clark, an Idaho-based recruiter at the recruiting company Decision Toolbox, told The San Diego Union-Tribune in a story about unfilled cybersecurity jobs. “The joke in the industry is that superstars have an ‘evil bit’ in the code of their personalities. They know better than to have a high-profile online presence. ‘Paranoid’ is too strong a word, but they tend to be hyper-cautious and some take pride in operating in ‘stealth mode.’”

SANS CyberTalent Fair

Virtual career fair hosted by the SANS Institute June 7

Need a job in cybersecurity? You should consider attending the next SANS CyberTalent Fair (SCTF), an online career fair hosted by the SANS Institute coming up on Wednesday, June 7, 2017. You can register now at http://bit.ly/2p19EHA

This daylong virtual career fair event will provide employers and jobseekers in cybersecurity with the opportunity to engage one another in a unique online setting. The event uses a dynamic, innovative online platform in which jobseekers and employers can chat, share resumes and job vacancies, and more! All registrants also have the opportunity to take the SANS CyberTalent Test at no cost.

Past participating employers include Verizon, General Dynamics (IT), U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Leidos Cyber, Cisco, Juniper Networks, NTT Security, Stroz Friedberg, EY, the 780th Military Intelligence Cyber Brigade, Deloitte, and many others! It’s the seventh event in the series, with over 9,000 jobseekers and 55+ employers having participated to date.

The SANS CyberTalent Fair is open to interested jobseekers at no cost. Please visit http://bit.ly/2p19EHA for more information.

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Cybersecurity jobs are there for the taking. Are you ready? Domini Clark to SC Magazine

InfoSec Connect founder Domini Clark  contributed her thoughts on the increasing number of cybersecurity jobs to SC Magazine.

The article originally appeared here, and a copy is below.

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It takes more than technical know-how to be an essential part of an IT security team, reports Greg Masters.

One might think that a net increase of 13,000 information technology jobs in February is a sign of healthy growth in the field, but a comparison to previous employment numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) paints a more complex picture.

While the numbers prove conclusively that February was the best month since last September in terms of job growth for IT professionals, there is something a bit unsettling about performance over the last three months of the year, David Foote, CEO and chief research officer at Foote Partners, a Vero Beach, Fla.-based IT analyst firm and research organization, said in a report.

“Only 7,533 jobs were added on average in this period compared to 11,533 jobs per month in the first nine months,” he wrote. While he pointed out that a three-month span is insufficient for a true analysis of labor numbers, still, the February results indicated “volatility and uncertainty in the marketplace for U.S. tech jobs.”

Foote’s conclusion was that companies are cautious about hiring on full-time staff for technology-enabled solutions they are experimenting with. Rather, the call is going out to consultants and contingency workers to fill roles. This way, enterprises can remain flexible as they develop their security implementations.

To stay competitive, enterprises must scale quickly, Foote said. This means positions are being added in areas that prove effective – such as cloud, Big Data, mobile or digital technology –because the outlook shows these professionals having an impact for a long time.

“What will drive new job creation in 2017 will be hiring in niche areas – such as Big Data and advanced analytics, cybersecurity and certain areas of applications development and software engineering, like DevOps and digital product development,” he said.

Other experts point to the growth of the cloud as a determining factor in opening a wide berth between jobs to fill and candidates skilled enough to fill them. The move to the cloud and evolving threats have transformed the skill requirements for IT departments, exasperating the skill shortage, says Rajiv Gupta (right), CEO, Skyhigh Networks, a global cloud access security broker with U.S. headquarters in Campbell, Calif. “With the prevalence of cloud services, IT professionals are more valuable if they can understand user need, educate employees on risk and balance the needs of security with business,” he says.

Many customers his firm works have set aggressive timelines to eliminate most or all their datacenters, he explains. “A CISO empowering an efficient, secure company-wide cloud migration can have a significant effect on their organization’s business.”

As companies build out their software development programs, IT security will move to a front-office role and work directly with application teams to deploy solutions more efficiently and without compromising sensitive data, says Gupta, adding that more than two-thirds of IT professionals believe communication with non-IT departments and executives will become more or much more important in the next five years.

Gone are the days that companies are searching for CISOs based on their technical competencies alone, says Joyce Brocaglia (left), CEO of Alta Associates, a Flemington, N.J.-based boutique executive search firm specializing in cybersecurity, IT risk management and privacy. “The CISO role is now valued as a bridge for business enablement, so these leaders need to demonstrate collaboration and influencing skills with business stakeholders, be able to effectively and succinctly present to the board, interact with regulators and have the capability for the development of an overall risk strategy for their companies.”
As if that’s not enough, she adds, those in this role need to have a combination of true leadership skills, the gravitas and capabilities to build consensus, influence culture and be an evangelist for their programs internally and externally.

Considering by 2020 there is expected to be 1.5 million unfilled cybersecurity positions, Brocaglia – also the founder of the Executive Women’s Forum – says the gap will never be closed by ignoring half of the population, women. She points to “The Women in Cybersecurity Study,” co-authored by the Executive Women’s Forum on Information Security Risk Management & Privacy and (ISC)2, which was released in March. “It is an eye-opening report on the stagnation and underrepresentation of women in cybersecurity,” she says.

Highlights of the report show:

  • Women are underrepresented in the cybersecurity profession at 11 percent, a number that has been stagnant since reported in 2013.
  • Women have higher levels of education than men, with 51 percent holding a master’s degree or higher, compared to 45 percent of men, yet hold fewer positions in management.
  • Globally men are four times more likely to hold C and executive level positions, and nine times more likely to hold managerial positions than women.
  • 51 percent of women report various forms of discrimination in the cybersecurity workforce, compared to 15 percent reported by men. Women report higher levels of discrimination, as they rise in an organization with 67 percent of C level women reporting discrimination.
  • In 2016, women in cybersecurity earned less than men at every level
  • Women who feel valued in the workplace have also benefited from leadership development programs in greater numbers than women who feel undervalued
  • Women who receive sponsorship and mentorship are more likely to be successful.

Since 2002, the Executive Women’s Forum on Information Security Risk Management & Privacy (EWF) has been committed to addressing the issues highlighted in this report by delivering programs and events that help women to succeed, says Brocaglia. “So I’m not surprised to see that this study reflects what women have been telling us for the past 15 years: That they are most successful and feel most valued when they are given access to thought leaders, mentorship and leadership development programs and provided a safe and trusted environment to interact.”

The point, says Brocaglia, is that corporations need to take meaningful actions in attracting, developing and retaining women in cybersecurity. And, she emphasizes, that directive needs to come from the top and hiring managers need to make the diversity of their teams a priority. She is proud of the fact that her firm filled 60 percent of its searches in 2016 with minority candidates and 40 percent were filled with qualified women executives. “This proves that building diverse cybersecurity teams is, in fact, an obtainable goal, given the right partner and right commitment to diversity hires.”

Domini Clark (left), a principal at Blackmere Consulting, an executive recruiter for the technical and cybersecurity industry, agrees that cybersecurity professionals of all types are growing in demand, and the reason, she says, is well-founded.

“It can be easy to think of cyberattacks as something that only happens to other companies. Unfortunately, a more realistic view is not whether if it will happen, but when it will happen to your organization.”

The fact is that cyberattacks are on the rise, she explains, pointing to PwC’s “Global State of Information Security Survey 2016,” which stated that, across all industries, there were 38 percent more security incidents in 2015 than in 2014. “It doesn’t just happen to giant corporations like Yahoo!, Sony and T-Mobile,” says Clark, also a director of strategy at IT security recruiter, InfoSec Connect. “SmallBizTrends.com claims that 43 percent of attacks on businesses target small business. Large or small, it can cost you plenty.”

The average total cost of a single data breach was $7 million – up from $5.4 million in 2013 – according to the 2016 Ponemon Cost of Data Breach Study. More than half of these costs are related to lost business due to customer churn related to reputation concerns following a breach.

“The best approach to cybersecurity is to prevent the hacks, attacks and breaches, and you need a strong cybersecurity team to do that for you,” says Clark, adding that the specific titles of roles that are growing in demand include: CISO, application security engineer, application security architect, cyberthreat intelligence analyst, information security architect, and incident response manager. However, she adds, “this is hardly an exhaustive list.”

Scott Laliberte (left), managing director and leader of global IT security and privacy practice at Protiviti, a global consulting firm with more than 70 offices in over 20 countries, agrees that all cyber-related skills are in demand right now due to the significant increase in the threat and awareness of cyber risk. These skills range from cyber governance and related soft skills to technical skills, such as penetration testing, hardware/ IOT security, industrial control system security, secure development and code review, network security, identity and access management, etc., he says.

Wils Bell, a cybersecurity recruiter at SecurityHeadhunter.com, agrees that all skills appear to be in demand, depending where a company is with their cybersecurity platform. There are two particular attributes that he looks for in a good candidate. “One being an understanding of business, if you will, and the other someone who can think outside the box.”

Michael Potters (right), the CEO of Glenmont Group, a Montclair, N.J.-based executive search firm, points to a number of skills currently in demand for IT security professionals. The requirements obviously change position to position, he points out, but he offers some of the common skills listed on a few of his firm’s job descriptions, including monitor and respond to security events escalated by Level 1 security analysts; use endpoint products (various) to identify malicious activity; provide technical expertise of security tool deployment and implementation; the ability to work at speed, under pressure; to make decisions in real time and with reliable accuracy; able to work in a global environment and drive change; security certifications (CISSP, CISM, GIAC certs); and working knowledge of much of the cyber software used in the space.

Not just tech know-how

But, Potters says that it’s not just technical know-how that is required. He looks for candidates who have the ability to speak and understand terminology, especially those related to cybersecurity assurance, the ability to validate effectiveness of current controls and identify potential gaps, and those with good attention to detail, strong analytical, quantitative and investigative problem-solving abilities. Additionally, he likes to see a prospective hire who exhibits qualities like tenacity and who provides mentoring to other members up and down the organization.

Laliberte too says it takes more than technical know-how to be an effective member of the team. “Besides technical knowledge, a love of learning and thirst for new challenges are key attributes of successful candidates,” says Laliberte. Typically, candidates who enjoy puzzles and brain-teaser-type games do well in this the field, he says.

But, perhaps even more attractive to hiring personnel are candidates with the ability to communicate issues in non-technical terms that business people can understand. “This is a key attribute in attaining leadership positions in this field,” says Laliberte. “Finding a candidate that has a balance of strong technical skills, business acumen and communication aptitude is extremely rare, but those candidates will go very far.”

However, he explains, not every candidate exhibits potential leadership skills – and that’s ok. “We also need team members with strong technical skills in multiple areas.” Also extremely important, he says, are a strong work ethic, a love of learning and the ability to work in teams.

Blackmere’s Clark agrees with much of this assessment, but offers an additional asset to look for. “The best cybersecurity professionals have two primary skills outside of technical knowledge: communication/social skills and the ability to think like the criminals they oppose.”

Without question, the ability to communicate and influence change in an organization is key to the success of both the individual as well as the entity they support, she says. “The ability to think like a ‘bad guy’ enables security professionals to anticipate what hackers might try, and to identify weak points in system defenses. This ability is sometimes lovingly referred to as the ‘evil bit’ (as in bits and bytes) which seems to be coded into the personalities of many industry superstars.”

Potters says the best candidates are both “the smartest person in the room” and “someone who know that they are never smart enough.”

What he means by this, he says, is these job seekers have to have the knowledge and skill sets to lead change in an organization and the confidence in their knowledge to go toe to toe to the stakeholders in an organization that do not particularly want to hear or be told to do what needs to be done to protect an organization.

“The not-smart-enough bit is because there has to be an insatiable drive to learn in an industry that changes daily as very few areas are this dynamic,” Potters says. “Those that continue to learn and stay in front of the knowledge curve are always valuable to their organization and the industry.”

Bell, who has been a cybersecurity recruiter for 15-plus years, considers the perfect applicant to be someone who is very flexible.

The ideal candidate is passionate about their work, says Blackmere’s Clark. “Technology isn’t just something they do for work, it is also a hobby and they are constantly staying in touch with what’s new in the industry.” Regardless of which facet of security they work in, from application security to the NOC to sales, security drives them and it’s clear in everything they do, Clark points out. “The trick is that many of our ideal security candidates do not approach life in the shadows online,” she says. “You won’t find their résumé on CareerBuilder or LinkedIn, so you’ll need to leverage your best networking skills and hardcore power-searching techniques.”

If your quarry thinks like a criminal, she says you have to think like Sherlock Holmes to track them down. “Don’t email them a link to apply – they won’t click on a link from an unknown source (and neither should you). Send them a PDF with instructions for connecting with you.”

A good team member

And, being a good team member is an essential part of the mix as well. That means, Bell says, someone who can work well with others and is not a prima donna. “Someone who is open to mentoring others,” is another attribute he looks for in potential hires.

As far as what he considers to be the attributes that best define a good team member, Potters says, “One thing that is often brought up is ‘we need someone that has the ability to park their ego at the door.’ Most companies want someone who they are comfortable sitting around the table with for the next five years. Try to show that in your interview,” he advises.

“Also let them know that you love to mentor and to be mentored,” he says, adding that that’s the equivalent to getting a trainer along with the other skill sets that you are being considered for.

In addition to having the technical skills to perform the job, the very best team members approach their work differently, and they have a unique set of expectations, says Blackmere’s Clark. “They want to do intriguing work that is varied and unique – let them use their devious creativity to your company’s advantage,” she says. These candidates want to try new tools and techniques to keep up with the ever-evolving threat landscape. “If you’ve got the coolest technology, you should highlight that,” she advises.

Further, these potential hires want to do more than just scratch the surface, Clark says, so she advises offering these people opportunities to not only look under the hood, but also to take some deep dives into the systems and code of your organization.

Another asset of the job these candidates seek is the ability to work remotely. “Your organization may cling to traditional models, but if virtual options give you an edge in the talent war, it’s time to loosen up,” she says.

Finally, Clark says these players want to know that the organization appreciates and values their contribution – like other employees in your company. “If you don’t have a proactive recognition and rewards program in place, now’s the time,” she says

When pressed to define what makes a good team member, Laliberte says good team members have no ego. “This field changes so rapidly that no one can know it all,” he says. “Recognizing that you do not have all the answers and can learn from everyone else around you is important. One or two egos in a group changes the entire dynamic and stifles a culture of innovation.”

If you’re recruiting and want to be successful at attracting qualified and talented cybersecurity team members, be prepared to approach the salary negotiation process differently, says Clark. Cybersecurity professionals know what they’re worth, and it’s pretty high in the IT pay bands, she says.

The gap between supply and demand is daunting, she adds, pointing to a recent Cisco report showing between 500,000 to one million unfilled cybersecurity positions in the U.S. “And that gap is expected to grow,” she says. “You may be reluctant to pay market value, but if your competitors will pony up, you’ll be stuck on the wrong side of the firewall.”

Further, while the purse strings are loose, be sure to include professional development opportunities, such as ongoing training and conference attendance, Clark advises. “Not only will it give you an edge in the talent market, but it also will ensure your cybersecurity staff stays current. Threats are constantly evolving and what your people learned last year is already outdated. No one can afford to leave their company assets vulnerable.”

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2017 Best Cities for Cybersecurity Professionals

It’s a good time to be working in cybersecurity. As hackers continue their onslaught, stealing information in sectors ranging from health care to retail sales, businesses will need experts in digital security to fight back.Hacks in 2016

In the first half of 2016, more than 554 million records were breached – a 31% increase over the previous six months.

Analysts expect significant growth in the industry: More jobs will come, and companies will spend more money to shore up security.

SpendingCybersecurity Ventures projects companies and consumers will spend $1 trillion globally over the next five years on cybersecurity. That’s a projected growth of 12-15% from 2017 to 2021.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicted 18% job growth from 2014 to 2024.

A recent report showed that several states have a high need for cybersecurity professionals.

Given the bullish nature of the industry, GoodCall® analysts crunched the numbers to determine the Best Cities for Cyber Security Professionals.

They looked at data from 221 cities, including average salary for cybersecurity JobGrowthprofessionals compared with the average overall salary, the number of jobs available per capita, affordability, and amenities per capita. These factors highlight cities that are both great places to find a job in the industry and great places to live.

The top 10 best cities for cybersecurity professionals are (Click on the city name to find your next cyber role):

  1. Columbia, MD

Columbia stood out for its high number of available jobs per capita. It’s also a fairly affordable area that pays cybersecurity professionals well.

  1. Sioux Falls, SD

The average salary for cybersecurity professionals in Sioux Falls is more than double the city’s overall average. And rent there accounts for just 26% of annual household income.

  1. Jersey City, NJ

Talented workers have a good chance at landing a job in Jersey City, which has the fourth-highest number of jobs available per capita. Salary is competitive, too: the average of $115,000 is 1.9 times the city’s overall average.

  1. Newport Beach, CA

Newport Beach has it all. It’s fairly affordable, pays well for cybersecurity pros, and the abundance of amenities make it a fun place to live.

  1. Cary, NC

Cary is the fourth most affordable place on the GoodCall list, and it ranks in the top 50 cities for jobs available per capita.

  1. Orlando, FL

Cybersecurity jobs pay well in Orlando – nearly 2.2 times the overall average salary. And companies are hiring; Orlando ranks 20th in jobs available per capita. And, of course, the area’s amenities are abundant.

  1. Irving, TX

Companies are shoring up security in Irving, which has 14th-highest available cybersecurity jobs per capita. The area is also an affordable place to live: Rent accounts for just 25.3% of annual household income.

  1. Chattanooga, TN

Security jobs pay well in Chattanooga, where average salary for the industry is 2.2 times higher than the overall average. The abundance of amenities makes it a great place to live, too.

  1. Troy, MI

Aside from its fairly high available jobs per capita, Troy stands out for its incredibly affordable rent, which accounts for 24.7% of household income.

  1. Plano, TX

When analysts last checked, there were at least 21 cybersecurity jobs posted in Plano, among the top 10% of cities in available jobs per capita. The fact that it’s affordable is just a bonus.

 

Here’s a look at the top 50:

View the full rankings here.

Some cities didn’t make the highest ranks on the GoodCall list but were still notable in specific statistical areas:

Methodology

GoodCall analysts included data from 221 cities in the U.S. to generate rankings based on a score. That score was determined by:

Available Jobs: The number of full-time jobs in each city posted on Indeed.com under the title “cybersecurity” or “information security.” This was analyzed per 1,000 residents and accounted for 30% of the score.

Salary Potential: The average salary for Information Security Analysts from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, compared to the average overall salary from the area, also from the BLS in 2015. This made up 30% of the score.

Affordability: The median gross rent as a percentage of household income, taken from the American Community Survey 2015 1-year estimates. This accounted for 30% of the GoodCall score.

Amenities: The number of accommodation and food services as well as arts, entertainment and recreation venues, as reported in the 2012 Geographic Area Series from the Census Bureau, and adjusted per 1,000 residents. County data was used when city data wasn’t available. This accounted for 10% of the GoodCall score.

 

This blog originally appeared on GoodCall here and was republished with permission.

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Studies are nice, but women in security say it’s time for the next step: Domini Clark to Naked Security

InfoSec Connect founder Domini Clark weighed in on the current state of women in security and how to improve the status quo.  The article originally appeared on Naked Security by Sophos here.

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Studies are nice, but women in security say it’s time for the next step

There’s been no shortage of studies over the years about the fairness gap between men and women in security, not to mention every other industry.

Now comes one from the Center for Cyber Safety and Education and the Executive Women’s Forum showing that women make up only 11% of the cyber security workforce.

These studies are well intentioned. But according to several women in the industry who spoke with Naked Security, it’s time to move beyond the studies and focus on actually changing the culture. One of them is Magen Wu, a security consultant with Rapid 7.

She said the latest survey is a great example of awareness on an issue that has been long debated in the industry. But the data reads a lot like a phishing report.

It’s good to have the numbers on who opened the email versus who clicked the link or filled out the form. But unless we do something with that information, it serves little purpose other than to generate awareness that we have a problem.

The latest study

For this latest study, the Center for Cyber Safety and Education and the Executive Women’s Forum surveyed more than 19,000 participants from around the world. It painted the following picture:

  • Women are globally underrepresented in the cybersecurity profession at 11%, much lower than the representation of women in the overall global workforce
  • Globally men are four times more likely to hold C- and executive-level positions, and nine times more likely to hold managerial positions than women.
  • 51% of women report various forms of discrimination in the cybersecurity workforce
  • Women who feel valued in the workplace have also benefited from leadership development programs in greater numbers than women who feel undervalued.
  • In 2016 women in cybersecurity earned less than men at every level.

Indeed, those statistics resonate for some of the women we interviewed. One San Francisco-based infosec professional, who asked that her name not be used because of potential repercussions at work, explained how she was encouraged to apply for a position within her company on an all-male team only to be told later that those who encouraged her didn’t really think she’d fit in. She pressed them for examples of why she wouldn’t work out and got no answer. She believes the real issue was gender.

A call to action

Those interviewed said it’s time to move beyond studies and surveys that merely illustrate an already understood problem and start focusing on some action items that’ll lead to meaningful progress.

Wu would like to see reports and articles that are more a call to action on what can be done at the individual, corporate, and community level to positively impact the numbers:

For example, do the women who are in the industry today get into it because of a mentor? If so, we should try and be more proactive about reaching out to people about mentorships or establishing mentorship programs at conferences and work. We are asking some of the right questions, but it may be time to shift focus from why there are so few women to why do the women who are here stay.

As the industry grows, so does female representation

Some say surveys like this are flawed for a variety of reasons. The questions don’t dig deep enough into the respondent’s skills or match up with the actual roles they have in their companies. It also doesn’t paint a full picture of areas where progress has been made.

Allison Miller has seen the good and bad in the industry over her career, which includes technical and leadership roles in several industries and now product strategy for Google Security. With a seat on the (ISC)2 board of directors and on selection committees for popular security industry events, she has an even broader view. She said:

As the industry overall has expanded, the representation of women has kept up and in some sectors even grown.

 

Domini Clark, a recruitment partner at Decision Toolbox,  said she has seen the challenges over the course of steering people toward jobs in the industry. But things are improving:

There is far greater awareness than there was when I was going to school, but the tide has not shifted completely. 
Women often face other issues that men traditionally have not faced like family care and being stretched too thin on all sides personally and professionally. Culturally, I think that is changing some as well.

The way forward

Miller said the she has worked across the spectrum, in “amazing, inclusive cultures” and places that were not. Women should research the culture at the places they’re looking at. They should learn all they can about the management. Above all, they should play to win.

My strategy for women in any industry is, compete and win. Really go for greatness. What we need is people who want to be here [in cybersecurity] and are really willing to work hard, set the bar higher. Only by being competitive can we get a seat at the table.

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Bridging the Talent Gap in Cybersecurity: Domini Clark to SC Magazine

InfoSec Connect founder Domini Clark  contributed a byline article to SC Magazine, sharing her tips on how employers should be bridging the talent gap in cybersecurity.

The article originally appeared here, and an excerpt is below.

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Major companies are investing to increase diversity in their workforce, says recruiter Domini Clark.

The talent gap in technology came into sharp relief in 2014 when Google, Yahoo! and Apple, among other industry leaders, started releasing data on diversity among their employees. All three companies are investing in increasing diversity and they are making progress, but the problem won’t be solved overnight. As you might expect, the problem is particularly acute in cybersecurity, where the scarcity of talent is hard to over-estimate.

According to the Bureau of Labor statistics, of the employed adult population, about 47 percent are women, 12 percent are African-American, 16 percent are Hispanic and 5.8 percent are Asian-American. In contrast, the National Cybersecurity Institute reports that women make up only about 20 percent of that profession and African-Americans, Hispanics and Asian-Americans combined make up only 12 percent.

Make your environment welcoming – If those industry giants are challenged, what can the rest of us do? A good first step is a long, hard look at your own organization. Even if there is no active discrimination, lack of diversity can make cybersecurity departments look like good ol’ boys clubs, further discouraging members of under-represented groups from pursuing careers in this space.

Leaders in the field need to make a point of integrating and welcoming women and minorities, ensuring that they are engaged, contributing members of the team. “Women at the senior level are beacons for other women,” says Elizabeth Ames, the Anita Borg Institute’s senior vice president of marketing, alliances and programs. Undoubtedly this is true for people of color as well.

Outreach and engagement – Another strategy is to promote outreach programs that engage women and minorities. According to the Wall Street Journal, big banks like J.P. Morgan Chase and Citigroup are getting results through programs targeting different groups. Some have even started “re-entry” programs to attract women who took a career break to care for dependents or others.

You might post openings on job boards of associations and magazines, like the National Black MBA Association, Ascend Pan-Asian Leaders, National Association of Professional Women, Association of Latino Professionals for America, and others. For entry-level roles, recruit from colleges and universities that have large numbers of students from underrepresented groups.

Enhance your employment brand – Members of under-represented groups can promote their own interests by getting involved with organizations like the Women in Security special interest group within ISSA, Women in Technology (WIT), Blacks in Technology (BIT), the International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals (ICMCP), and others. Your company should also get involved in these kinds of organizations to establish a reputation for supporting diversity in cybersecurity.

According to Sharon Florentine of CIO.com, two other big issues are: access to and the cost of training. Even entry-level classes can cost thousands. However, organizations like Cybrary.it and SANS CyberAces are trying to fight that by offering free online courses covering the most current topics.

Women and minorities should be encouraged to explore cybersecurity at a young age. Melinda Gates, for example, recently launched a new initiative to attract and retain women in tech fields, citing a “leaky pipeline” in education as a key issue. According to her, solutions have to start at the elementary school level. If your company has an opportunity to attend career events at high schools and even middle schools, be sure to promote the field. If you can send employees who represent the target demographics, so much the better.

The demand for cybersecurity talent will continue to grow, and it is in everyone’s interest to promote growth on the supply side.

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Top Strategies For Engaging Cybersecurity Talent: Domini Clark Advises Recruiting Trends

InfoSec Connect founder Domini Clark  contributed a byline article to Recruiting Trends, sharing top strategies for engaging cybersecurity talent.

The article originally appeared here, and an excerpt is below.

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Top Strategies for Engaging Cybersecurity Talent

Lots of companies are competing for these professionals. How do you stand out amidst the noise?

When it comes to cyber-attacks on your company, it isn’t a matter of if, but of when. Cyber-attacks are on the rise. According to PwC’s Global State of Information Security Survey 2016, there were 38-percent more security incidents in 2015 than in 2014, across all industries.

It doesn’t just happen to giant corporations like Yahoo!, Sony and T-Mobile. SmallBizTrends.com estimates that 43 percent of attacks target small businesses. Large or small, it can cost you plenty. The average cost of a single data breach is $7 million — up from $5.4 million in 2013 — according to the 2016 Ponemon Cost of Data Breach Study. More than half of these costs are related to lost business due to customer churn.

Since the best approach is to prevent the hacks, attacks and breeches from occurring in the first place, cybersecurity needs to be part of your IT program. However, as you are aware, talented cybersecurity professionals are in serious short supply. They’re a bit of a unique beast, so you’ll need a recruitment approach for engaging cybersecurity talent that’s different from the ones you’re using with other positions — even other IT positions.

A Breed Apart

The best cybersecurity professionals think like the criminals they oppose. That enables them to anticipate what hackers might try, and to identify weak points in system defenses. The joke in the industry is that superstars have an “evil bit” (as in bits and bytes) in the code of their personalities. With this mind-set, they won’t have a high-profile online presence. “Paranoid” is too strong a word, but they tend to be hyper-cautious, and some take pride in operating under the radar.

You likely won’t find their résumé on CareerBuilder or LinkedIn, so you’ll need to leverage your best networking skills and hardcore power-searching techniques. If your quarries think like a criminal, you have to think like Sherlock Holmes to track them down. Don’t email them a link to apply as they won’t click on a link from an unknown source (and neither should you). Send them a PDF with instructions for connecting with you.

It’s Not a Posting, It’s a Pitch

The demand for these professionals means they’re constantly hearing from recruiters. InformationWeek’s DarkReading.com cites new research by Enterprise Strategy Group and the Information Systems Security Association indicating that about half of cybersecurity professionals are contacted by a recruiter at least once a week. If you post a standard HR job description of duties and requirements, it will wash out among all the other background noise.

In today’s market you have to court talent, and that is especially true of cybersecurity professionals. Don’t think of it as a job posting, think of it as a sales pitch. Resist the ingrained habit of listing what your company needs, and focus instead on what will engage the interest of your target audience.

Appeal to the Hot Buttons

In general, cybersecurity professionals want to:

*Take on intriguing work that is varied and unique. Let them use their devious creativity to your company’s advantage.

*Try new tools and techniques to keep up with the ever-evolving threat landscape. If you’ve got the coolest technology, your pitch should highlight that.

* Do more than just scratch the surface — offer them opportunities not only to look under the hood, but also to take some deep dives into your systems and code.

* Have the option to work remotely. Your organization may cling to traditional models, but if virtual options give you an edge in the talent war, then it’s time to loosen up.

* Feel appreciated and valued for their contributions — just like other employees in your company. If you don’t have a proactive recognition and rewards program in place, now’s the time.

Keep Your Social-Media Buzz Fresh

This is good general recruiting advice, but definitely important for this group. The content doesn’t have to be about job openings (although you should push those out, too). Instead, think of social media as digital pheromones that make your company attractive. Blogs and tweets help establish your company as a thought leader, enhancing your brand. They also increase the likelihood that hard-to-find candidates will stumble across your company.

Share great insights and ideas your team has, and be sure some of your efforts target the cybersecurity community — it’s not ALL underground. Join cybersecurity forums and discussion groups, for example. Encourage your existing cybersecurity talent and ranking IT leaders to write blog posts and white papers on the topic. Spray those pheromones where they’ll get the best results.

Hang Loose

There are definite qualities to look for in cybersecurity candidates, but you can’t run an effective search if you focus only on screening people out. The pool’s just too small. It may be hard to convince hiring managers to loosen up, but you can point out that, given that security threats are constantly evolving, a degree probably isn’t as important as current experience. Or consider recruiting recent graduates by offering the opportunity to gain valuable hands-on experience. Another tactic: Instead of asking for five to seven years of experience, ask for three to five and highlight the opportunity for career growth.

You can try retraining existing IT staff, but keep in mind that success in cybersecurity takes a certain mind-set. Ideally, you have a system administrator who can channel her inner hacker and ask, “What would I do if I wanted to get past our own security measures?”

Hopefully you weren’t expecting fast and easy tips for engaging cybersecurity talent. You’ll have to invest time and money, but you can think of it as insurance against multimillion-dollar losses.

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Forbes’ “America’s Best Employers” Are Looking to Fill Cyber Jobs This Year

Deciding to make a change in your career path can be overwhelming. To help identify a starting point, we compiled our cyber and information security industry job postings for companies that earned a spot on Forbes’ “American’s Best Employers”.  Starting your search by choosing a highly regarded company and a job that fits well with your cyber skills, certifications, and values can help eliminate the overwhelming feelings involved in a job search.

Forbes’ annual list provides summarized and detailed feedback from over 30,000 American employees, representing the nation’s demographic characteristics such as age, gender, race, education, supervisory status, and religion. Their feedback provides you insights on the employee engagement and the employer’s favorable workplace environment. Forbes’ selected companies actively demonstrate their commitment to the workforce and provide strong career opportunities for the cyber and information security job seeker.

Read the full Forbes article here.

Our cyber and information security postings with the “Forbes’ American’s Best Employers” are linked below in Red.

RANK NAME INDUSTRIES HEADQUARTERS
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #1 Marathon Petroleum Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals Findlay, Ohio
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #2
Google
IT, Internet, Software & Services Mountain View, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #3
Costco Wholesale
Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) Issaquah, Washington
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #4 Wegmans Food Markets Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) Rochester, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs

#5

United Services Auto Assoc
Insurances San Antonio, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #6
SAS
IT, Internet, Software & Services Cary, North Carolina
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #7 University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics Healthcare & Social Iowa City, Iowa
Cyber and Information Security Jobs

#8

JetBlue Airways
Transportation and Logistics Long Island City, NY
Cyber and Information Security Jobs

#9

Mayo Clinic
Healthcare & Social Rochester, Minnesota
Cyber and Information Security Jobs

#10

Seattle Children’s Hospital
Healthcare & Social Seattle, Washington
Cyber and Information Security Jobs

#11

Facebook
IT, Internet, Software & Services Menlo Park, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #12 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Education Cambridge, Massachusetts
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #13 Southwest Airlines Transportation and Logistics Dallas, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #14 Duke University Education Durham, North Carolina
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #15 CBRE Group Business Services & Supplies Los Angeles, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #16 Sharp HealthCare Healthcare & Social San Diego, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #17 Publix Super Markets Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) Lakeland, Florida
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #18 Northside Hospital Healthcare & Social Atlanta, Georgia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #19 John Deere Engineering, Manufacturing Moline, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #20 Trader Joe’s Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) Monrovia, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #21 Harley-Davidson Automotive (Automotive and Suppliers) Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #22 City of Austin Government Services Austin, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #23 Cummins Engineering, Manufacturing Columbus, Indiana
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #24 Partners HealthCare System Healthcare & Social Boston, Massachusetts
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #25 Atlantic Health System Healthcare & Social Morristown, New Jersey
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #26 Nucor Engineering, Manufacturing Charlotte, North Carolina
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #27 Yale New Haven Health Healthcare & Social New Haven, Connecticut
Cyber and Information Security Jobs

#28

NASA
Government Services Washington, District of Columbia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #29 University of Pittsburgh Education Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #30 Kwik Trip/Kwik Star Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) La Crosse, WI
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #31 Montgomery County Public Schools Education Rockville, Maryland
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #32 University of Utah Education Salt Lake City, Utah
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #33 Houston Methodist Healthcare & Social Houston, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #34 Florida International University Education Miami, Florida
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #35
Intuit
IT, Internet, Software & Services Mountain View, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs

#36

Johns Hopkins University
Education Baltimore, Maryland
Cyber and Information Security Jobs

#37

Apple
Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Technology Hardware & Equipment Cuppertino
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #38 New York City Fire Department Government Services New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #39 Los Angeles County Government Services Los Angeles, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #40 University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Education Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #41 Roche Drugs & Biotechnology South San Francisco, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #42 Skanska Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #43 WL Gore & Associates Engineering, Manufacturing Newark, Delaware
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #44 Stanford University Education Stanford, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #45 Harvard University Education Cambridge, Massachusetts
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #46 Washington University in Saint Louis Education St. Louis, Missouri
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #47 Cornell University Education Ithaca, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #48 Miami-Dade County Government Services Miami, Florida
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #49 Hyatt Hotels Travel & Leisure Chicago, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs

#50

Federal Reserve System
Government Services Washington, District of Columbia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #51
3M
Packaged Goods St. Paul, Minnesota
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #52 Suffolk County Government Services Yaphank, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #53 Ohio State University, Columbus Education Columbus, Ohio
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #54 Vanguard Banking and Financial Services Valley Forge, Pennsylvania
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #55 University of California, Irvine Education Irvine, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #56 New York University Education New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #57 H-E-B Grocery Stores Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) San Antonio, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #58
Walt Disney
Media & Advertising Burbank, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #59 Department of State Government Services Washington, District of Columbia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #60 Fairview Health Services Healthcare & Social Minneapolis, Minnesota
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #61 Penn Medicine Healthcare & Social Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #62 IKEA Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) Conshohocken, Pennsylvania
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #63 University of California, Los Angeles Education Los Angeles, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #64 University of California, San Francisco Education San Francisco, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #65 Genentech Drugs & Biotechnology San Francisco, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #66 Conifer Health Solutions Business Services & Supplies Frisco, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #67 State of Oregon Government Services Salem, Oregon
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #68 In-N-Out Burger Restaurants Irvine, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #69
Ford Motor
Automotive (Automotive and Suppliers) Dearborn, Michigan
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #70 Palm Beach County School District Education West Palm Beach, Florida
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #71 University of Virginia Education Charlottesville, Virginia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #72 Northwestern University Education Evanston, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #73 Michelin Group Automotive (Automotive and Suppliers) Greenville, South Carolina
Cyber and Information Security Jobs

#74

Huntington Ingalls Industries
Aerospace & Defense Newport News, Virginia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #75 BayCare Healthcare & Social Clearwater, Florida
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #76 State of Connecticut Government Services Hartford, Connecticut
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #77 Unilever Packaged Goods Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #78 Rockwell Collins Aerospace & Defense Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #79 Virginia Commonwealth University Education Richmond, Virginia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs

#80

Starbucks
Restaurants Seattle, Washington
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #81 QuikTrip Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) Tulsa, Oklahoma
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #82 Whole Foods Market Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) Bowie, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #83 University of Tennessee, Knoxville Education Knoxville, Tennessee
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #84 BASF Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals Florham Park, New Jersey
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #85 Main Line Health Healthcare & Social Wynnewood, Pennsylvania
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #86 University of Oklahoma, Norman Education Norman, Oklahoma
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #87 Cedars-Sinai Health System Healthcare & Social Los Angeles, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #88 Memorial Healthcare System Healthcare & Social Hollywood, Florida
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #89 UF Health Healthcare & Social Gainesville, Florida
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #90 University of Florida Education Gainesville, Florida
Cyber and Information Security Jobs

#91

Union Pacific
Transportation and Logistics Omaha, Nebraska
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #92 Cherry Creek Schools Education Greenwood Village, Colorado
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #93 City of Los Angeles Government Services Los Angeles, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #94 Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Healthcare & Social Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #95 Intermountain Healthcare Healthcare & Social Salt Lake City, Utah
Cyber and Information Security Jobs

#96

Kaiser Permanente
Healthcare & Social Oakland, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #97 Medtronic Health Care Equipment & Services Minneapolis, Minnesota
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #98
Baxter International
Drugs & Biotechnology Deerfield, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #99 Sikorsky Aerospace & Defense Stratford, Connecticut
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #100 Vanderbilt University Medical Center Healthcare & Social Nashville, Tennessee
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #101 Hard Rock International Restaurants Orlando, Florida
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #102 Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Government Services Livermore, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #103 State of Nevada Government Services Carson City, Nevada
Cyber and Information Security Jobs

#104

Rackspace Hosting
IT, Internet, Software & Services San Antonio, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #105 MD Anderson Cancer Center Healthcare & Social Houston, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #106 Park Nicollet HealthPartners Healthcare & Social Saint Louis Park, Minnesota
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #107 Boscov’s Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) Reading, Pennsylvania
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #108 Mercy Healthcare & Social Chesterfield, Missouri
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #109
Microsoft
IT, Internet, Software & Services Redmond, Washington
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #110 Ashland Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals Covington, Kentucky
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #111 BMW Group Automotive (Automotive and Suppliers) Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #112 CSX Transportation Transportation and Logistics Jacksonville, Florida
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #113 Defense Logistics Agency (DOD) Government Services Fort Belvoir, Virginia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #114 Air Force Government Services Washington, District of Columbia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #115
Intel
Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Technology Hardware & Equipment Santa Clara
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #116 Williams Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals Tulsa, Oklahoma
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #117
Marriott International
Travel & Leisure Bethesda, Maryland
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #118
Northwestern Mutual
Insurances Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #119 State of Minnesota Government Services Saint Paul, Minnesota
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #120 Memorial Hermann – Texas Medical Center (Houston) Healthcare & Social Houston, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #121 The Huntington National Bank Banking and Financial Services Columbus, Ohio
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #122 Comerica Banking and Financial Services Dallas, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #123 Wawa Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) Wawa, Pennsylvania
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #124
Nordstrom
Clothing Seattle, Washington
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #125 Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Transportation and Logistics New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #126 AbbVie Drugs & Biotechnology North Chicago, Illinois
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Qualcomm
Telecommunications Services, Cable Supplier San Diego, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #128 Rockwell Automation Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Technology Hardware & Equipment Milwaukee
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #129 Novartis Drugs & Biotechnology New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #130 WinCo Foods Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) Boise, Idaho
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #131 Baptist Health System Healthcare & Social San Antonio, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #132 Konica Minolta Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Technology Hardware & Equipment Ramsey, New Jersey
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #133 Cargill Food, Soft Beverages, Alcohol & Tobacco Minneapolis, Minnesota
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #134 General Mills Food, Soft Beverages, Alcohol & Tobacco Minneapolis, Minnesota
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #135 Norfolk Southern Transportation and Logistics Norfolk, Virginia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #136 Ryder System Transportation and Logistics Miami, Florida
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #137 Serco Business Services & Supplies Reston, Virginia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #138 Owens Corning Engineering, Manufacturing Toledo, Ohio
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #139 Woodward Aerospace & Defense Fort Collins, Colorado
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #140
Marsh & McLennan
Professional Services New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #141 Duke Energy Utilities Charlotte, North Carolina
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #142
Boeing
Aerospace & Defense Chicago, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #143 Navy Federal Credit Union Banking and Financial Services Vienna, Virginia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #144 Gulfstream Aerospace Aerospace & Defense Savannah, Georgia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #145 J Crew Group Clothing New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #146 NiSource Utilities Merrillville, Indiana
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #147
Kimberly-Clark
Packaged Goods Dallas, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #148 LinkedIn IT, Internet, Software & Services Mountain View, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #149 Amsted Industries Engineering, Manufacturing Chicago, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #150 Visionworks Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) San Antonio, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #151 Prudential Banking and Financial Services Newark, New Jersey
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #152 McKinsey & Company Professional Services New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs

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Johnson & Johnson
Drugs & Biotechnology New Brunswick, New Jersey
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #154 Bose Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Technology Hardware & Equipment Framingham, Massachusetts
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #155 Edward Jones Banking and Financial Services Des Peres, Missouri
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #156
Chevron
Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals San Ramon, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #157 Hy-Vee Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) West Des Moines, Iowa
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #158 Sephora Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) San Francisco, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #159 Unum Insurances Chattanooga, Tennessee
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #160
Nike
Clothing Beaverton, Oregon
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #161
Delta Air Lines
Transportation and Logistics Atlanta, Georgia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #162 O’Reilly Auto Parts Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) Springfield, Missouri
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #163 FirstEnergy Utilities Akron, Ohio
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #164 Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts Travel & Leisure           –
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #165 Praxair Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals Danbury, Connecticut
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #166 Coldwell Banker Business Services & Supplies Madison, New Jersey
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #167 Hanesbrands Clothing Winston Salem, North Carolina
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #168 Colliers International Business Services & Supplies New York, NY
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #169 Raley’s Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) Sacramento, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #170 Bemis Engineering, Manufacturing Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #171 Penguin Random House Media & Advertising New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #172 John Hancock Financial Banking and Financial Services Boston, Massachusetts
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #173 ConocoPhillips Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals Houston, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #174
Hilton Worldwide Holdings
Travel & Leisure McLean, Virginia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #175 Ecolab Business Services & Supplies St. Paul, Minnesota
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #176 DuPont Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals Wilmington, Delaware
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #177 The Fresh Market Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) Greensboro, North Carolina
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #178 Procter & Gamble Packaged Goods Cincinnati, Ohio
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #179 Citrix Systems IT, Internet, Software & Services Santa Clara, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #180 Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide Media & Advertising New York, New Yorl
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #181 New York State Unified Court System Government Services New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #182
Fidelity Investments
Banking and Financial Services Boston, Massachusetts
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #183 HSN Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) St. Petersburg, Florida
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #184 PPG Industries Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #185 Lego Group Packaged Goods Enfield, Connecticut
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #186 Boston Consulting Group Professional Services Boston, Massachusetts
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #187 Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Michigan Insurances Detroit, Michigan
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #188 Mohawk Industries Engineering, Manufacturing Calhoun, Georgia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #189 Pratt & Whitney Aerospace & Defense Hartford, Connecticut
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #190 Mattress Firm Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) Houston, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #191 Plexus Professional Services Neenah, Wisconsin
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #192 King County Government Services Seattle, Washington
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #193 Stryker Health Care Equipment & Services Kalamazoo, Michigan
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #194
Alaska Airlines
Transportation and Logistics Seattle, Washington
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #195
Bloomberg
Media & Advertising New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #196
Northrop Grumman
Aerospace & Defense Falls Church, Virginia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #197 State of Colorado Government Services Denver, Colorado
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #198 Bristol-Myers Squibb Drugs & Biotechnology New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #199 H&M Clothing New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #200 EMCOR Group Business Services & Supplies Norwalk, CT
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #201 Dominion Resources Utilities Richmond, Virginia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #202
Siemens
Engineering, Manufacturing Washington, District of Columbia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #203 Bright House Networks Telecommunications Services, Cable Supplier East Syracuse, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #204
Raytheon
Aerospace & Defense Waltham, Massachusetts
Cyber and Information Security Jobs

#205

PayPal
IT, Internet, Software & Services San Jose, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #206 CDW Business Services & Supplies Vernon Hills, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #207 Johnson Controls Engineering, Manufacturing Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #208 Aldi Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) Batavia, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #209 Demoulas Super Markets Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) Tewksbury, Massachusetts
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #210
Nielsen
Professional Services New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs

#211

Southern
Utilities Atlanta, Georgia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #212 Defense Intelligence Agency Government Services Washington, District of Columbia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #213 Schreiber Foods Food, Soft Beverages, Alcohol & Tobacco Green Bay, Wisconsin
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #214 Denso Automotive (Automotive and Suppliers) Southfield, Michigan
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #215
MITRE Corporation
Professional Services Bedford, Massachusetts
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #216 Corning Engineering, Manufacturing Corning, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #217 City of Phoenix Government Services Phoenix, Arizona
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #218 SunEdison, Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Technology Hardware & Equipment Maryland Heights, Missouri
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #219 Weichert Realtors Business Services & Supplies Morris Plains, New Jersey
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #220
Cisco Systems
IT, Internet, Software & Services San Jose, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #221 Port Authority of New York & New Jersey Government Services New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs

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Ingersoll-Rand
Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Technology Hardware & Equipment Davidson, North Carolina
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #223 U.S. Courts Government Services Washington, District of Columbia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #224 U.S. Navy Government Services Washington, District of Columbia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #225
Salesforce.com
IT, Internet, Software & Services San Francisco, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #226
Discovery Communications
Media & Advertising Silver Spring, Maryland
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #227 Agilent Technologies Health Care Equipment & Services Santa Clara, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #228 General Electric Engineering, Manufacturing Fairfield, Connecticut
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #229
PG&E (Pacific Gas and Electric)
Utilities San Francisco, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #230 Pima County Government Services Tucson, Arizona
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #231 BCD Travel Business Services & Supplies Atlanta, Georgia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #232
Sherwin-Williams
Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals Cleveland, Ohio
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #233 Nalco Business Services & Supplies Naperville, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #234 Yankee Candle Packaged Goods Deerfield, Massachusetts
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #235
St Jude Medical
Health Care Equipment & Services St. Paul, Minnesota
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #236 Performance Food Group Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) Richmond, Virginia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #237 Freescale Semiconductor Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Technology Hardware & Equipment Austin, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #238 Wynn Resorts Travel & Leisure Las Vegas, Nevada
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #239
Honda Motor
Automotive (Automotive and Suppliers) Torrance, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #240
Tiffany & Co.
Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #241 News Corp Media & Advertising New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #242 NRG Energy Utilities Princeton, NJ
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #243 Omnicom Group Media & Advertising New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #244 Kinder Morgan Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals Houston, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #245 Flowserve Engineering, Manufacturing Irving, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #246 SC Johnson & Son Packaged Goods Racine, Wisconsin
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #247 Fidelity National Financial Banking and Financial Services Jacksonville, Florida
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #248 Carlson Travel & Leisure Minnetonka, Minnesota
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #249 DTE Energy Utilities Detroit, Michigan
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #250 Charles Schwab Banking and Financial Services San Francisco, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #251 Lam Research Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Technology Hardware & Equipment Fremont, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #252 NBCUniversal Media Media & Advertising New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #253 Con Edison Utilities New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #254
Expedia
Travel & Leisure Bellevue, Washington
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #255 Nomura Banking and Financial Services New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs

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PricewaterhouseCoopers
Professional Services New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #257
Toyota Motor
Automotive (Automotive and Suppliers) Torrance, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #258 Interpublic Group (IPG) Media & Advertising New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #259 Keysight Technologies Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Technology Hardware & Equipment Santa Rosa, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #260 Texas Roadhouse Restaurants Fairfield, California
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Walt Disney Parks& Resorts
Travel & Leisure Burbank, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #262 NextEra Energy Utilities Juno Beach, Florida
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #263 XPO Logistics Transportation and Logistics Ann Arbor, Michigan
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #264 National Oilwell Varco Engineering, Manufacturing Houston, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #265 Zurich Insurance Group Insurances Schaumburg, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #266 Williams-Sonoma Retail (incl. Wholesale, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations) San Francisco, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #267 Timken Engineering, Manufacturing North Canton, Ohio
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #268 Georgia-Pacific Packaged Goods Atlanta, Georgia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #269 USG Corporation Engineering, Manufacturing Chicago, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #270 Allstate Insurances Northbrook, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #271 Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Transportation and Logistics Boston, Massachusetts
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #272 Illinois Tool Works (ITW) Engineering, Manufacturing Glenview, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #273
Lockheed Martin
Aerospace & Defense Bethesda, Maryland
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #274 Quicken Loans Banking and Financial Services Detroit, Michigan
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #275 FM Global Insurances Johnston, Rhode Island
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #276 Tenneco Automotive (Automotive and Suppliers) Lake Forest, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #277 MetLife Insurances New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #278 ADP Business Services & Supplies Roseland, New Jersey
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #279 Kraft Heinz Company Food, Soft Beverages, Alcohol & Tobacco Deerfield, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #280 BNSF Railway Transportation and Logistics Fort Worth, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #281
National Grid USA
Utilities Waltham, Massachusetts
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #282 Shaw Industries Engineering, Manufacturing Dalton, Georgia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #283
Philips Healthcare
Health Care Equipment & Services Andover, Massachusetts
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #284 Health Care Service Corporation Insurances Chicago, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #285 American Greetings Packaged Goods Cleveland, Ohio
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #286 Black & Veatch Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals Overland Park, Kansas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #287 Ernst & Young Professional Services New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #288 CH2M Hill Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals Englewood, Colorado
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #289 Amdocs IT, Internet, Software & Services Chesterfield, Missouri
Cyber and Information Security Jobs

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VMware
IT, Internet, Software & Services Palo Alto, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #291 Pentair Engineering, Manufacturing Minneapolis, Minnesota
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #292 Clayton Homes Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals Maryville, Tennessee
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #293
Quintiles
Professional Services Durham, North Carolina
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #294 WestRock Engineering, Manufacturing Norcross, Georgia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #295 Lubrizol Corporation Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals Wickliffe, Ohio
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #296 Arizona Public Service (APS) Utilities Phoenix, Arizona
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #297
SAP
IT, Internet, Software & Services Newtown Square, Pennsylvania
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #298 Cinemark USA Travel & Leisure Plano, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #299 Synchrony Financial Banking and Financial Services Stamford, Connecticut
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #300
Cognizant Technology
IT, Internet, Software & Services Teaneck, New Jersey
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #301 Bain & Co Professional Services Boston, Massachusetts
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #302 Golden Corral Restaurants Raleigh, North Carolina
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #303 Turner Broadcasting System Media & Advertising Atlanta, Georgia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #304 Epic IT, Internet, Software & Services Verona, Wisconsin
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #305
Raymond James Financial
Banking and Financial Services St. Petersburg, Florida
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #306 Epsilon Media & Advertising Irving, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #307 Cerner Health Care Equipment & Services North Kansas City, Missouri
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #308
Rolls-Royce Holdings
Engineering, Manufacturing Reston, Virginia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #309 Intercontinental Hotels Group Travel & Leisure Atlanta, Georgia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #310 MGM Resorts Travel & Leisure Las Vegas, Nevada
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #311 Mars Food, Soft Beverages, Alcohol & Tobacco McLean, Virginia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #312 Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Tennessee Insurances Chattanooga, Tennessee
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #313 Caterpillar Engineering, Manufacturing Nashville, Tennessee
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #314 NVIDIA Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Technology Hardware & Equipment Santa Clara, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #315 HDR Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals Omaha, Nebraska
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #316 BMO Harris Bank Banking and Financial Services Chicago, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #317 Thomas & Betts Engineering, Manufacturing Memphis, Tennessee
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #318
Abbott Laboratories
Health Care Equipment & Services Abbott Park, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #319 Turner Industries Group Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #320 Amtrak Transportation and Logistics Washington, District of Columbia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #321 Starwood Hotels Travel & Leisure Stamford, Connecticut
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #322 Federal-Mogul Automotive (Automotive and Suppliers) Southfield, Michigan
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #323 Equinox Corporate Travel & Leisure New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #324
Yahoo
IT, Internet, Software & Services Sunnyvale, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #325 Chubb Insurances Warren, New Jersey
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #326 Sempra Energy Utilities San Diego, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #327 Gilead Sciences Drugs & Biotechnology Foster City, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #328 Kiewit Corporation Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals Omaha, Nebraska
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #329 TIAA-CREF Banking and Financial Services New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #330 PSEG (Public Service Enterprise Group) Utilities Newark, New Jersey
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #331 Lincoln Electric Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Technology Hardware & Equipment Cleveland, Ohio
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #332 Autodesk IT, Internet, Software & Services San Rafael, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #333 Henry Schein Health Care Equipment & Services Melville, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #334
Coca-Cola
Food, Soft Beverages, Alcohol & Tobacco Atlanta, Georgia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #335 Century 21 Real Estate Business Services & Supplies Madison, New Jersey
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #336
Micron Technology
Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Technology Hardware & Equipment Boise, Idaho
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #337 Nexteer Automotive Automotive (Automotive and Suppliers) Saginaw, Michigan
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #338 Air Products & Chemicals Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals Allentown
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #339 Texas Instruments Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Technology Hardware & Equipment Dallas, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #340 Western Union Banking and Financial Services Englewood, Colorado
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #341 BB&T Banking and Financial Services Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #342 Phillips 66 Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals Houston, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #343 Sealed Air Engineering, Manufacturing Charlotte, North Carolina
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #344 Zebra Technologies Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Technology Hardware & Equipment Lincolnshire, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #345
General Dynamics
Aerospace & Defense Falls Church, Virginia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #346 ExxonMobil Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals Irving, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #347 Starcom MediaVest Media & Advertising Chicago, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #348 ABB Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Technology Hardware & Equipment Cary, North Carolina
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #349
Textron
Aerospace & Defense Providence, Rhode Island
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #350 US Foods Food, Soft Beverages, Alcohol & Tobacco Rosemont, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #351 Bayer Drugs & Biotechnology Whippany, New Jersey
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #352 Goldman Sachs Group Banking and Financial Services New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #353
Deloitte
Professional Services New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #354
PPL
Utilities Allentown, Pennsylvania
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #355 Columbia Sportswear Clothing Portland, Oregon
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #356
Thomson Reuters
Media & Advertising New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #357
Takeda Pharmaceutical
Drugs & Biotechnology Deerfield, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #358 Thermo Fisher Scientific Drugs & Biotechnology Waltham, Massachusetts
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #359 State Farm Insurances Bloomington, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #360
Sony
Media & Advertising New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #361 Dow Chemical Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals Midland, Michigan
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #362
United Parcel Service
Transportation and Logistics Atlanta, Georgia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #363
Battelle Memorial Institute
Professional Services Columbus, Ohio
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #364 Michael Kors Holdings Clothing New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #365 YP Business Services & Supplies Tucker, Georgia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #366 GlaxoSmithKline Drugs & Biotechnology Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #367 Con-way Transportation and Logistics Ann Arbor, Michigan
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #368 Amkor Technology Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Technology Hardware & Equipment Tempe, Arizona
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #369
American Express
Banking and Financial Services New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #370 Universal Protection Services Business Services & Supplies Santa Ana, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #371 Eversource Energy Utilities Hartford, Connecticut
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #372 SHI International IT, Internet, Software & Services Somerset, New Jersey
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #373 Hot Topic Clothing City of Industry, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #374 PAE Business Services & Supplies Arlington, Virginia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #375 Cigna Insurances Bloomfield, Connecticut
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #376 Paychex Professional Services Rochester, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #377 Allianz Insurances New York City, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #378 Towers Watson Business Services & Supplies Arlington, Virginia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #379 maurices Clothing Duluth, Minnesota
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #380 Blue Cross & Blue Shield of South Carolina Insurances Columbia, South Carolina
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #381 T Rowe Price Banking and Financial Services Baltimore, Maryland
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #382 Bloomin’ Brands Restaurants Tampa, Florida
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #383 Northern Trust Banking and Financial Services Chicago, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #384 Frito-Lay Food, Soft Beverages, Alcohol & Tobacco Plano, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #385 Merck Drugs & Biotechnology Kenilworth, New Jersey
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #386 Veolia North America Business Services & Supplies Chicago, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #387 Lockton Companies Insurances Kansas City, Missouri
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #388 Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers Restaurants Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #389 Grant Thornton International Professional Services Chicago, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #390 Mylan Drugs & Biotechnology Canonsburg, Pennsylvania
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #391 B/E Aerospace Aerospace & Defense Wellington, Florida
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #392 Henkel Packaged Goods Rocky Hill, Connecticut
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #393 Anthem Insurances Indianapolis, Indiana
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #394
Capital One Financial
Banking and Financial Services McLean, Virginia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #395 Vail Resorts Travel & Leisure Broomfield, Colorado
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #396 Progressive Insurances Mayfield Village, Ohio
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #397 Royal Dutch Shell Construction, Oil & Gas Operations, Mining and Chemicals Houston, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #398 Altria Group Food, Soft Beverages, Alcohol & Tobacco Richmond, Virginia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #399 Aerotek Business Services & Supplies Hanover, Maryland
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #400 UTC Aerospace Systems Aerospace & Defense Charlotte, North Carolina
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #401
LG Electronics
Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Technology Hardware & Equipment Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #402 Universal Parks & Resorts Travel & Leisure Universal City, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #403 World Bank Group Banking and Financial Services Washington, District of Columbia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #404 Patterson Health Care Equipment & Services St. Paul, Minnesota
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #405
Nissan Motor
Automotive (Automotive and Suppliers) Smyrna, Tennessee
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #406 FedEx Transportation and Logistics Memphis, Tennessee
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #407 McKesson Health Care Equipment & Services San Francisco, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #408 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) Transportation and Logistics Washington, District of Columbia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #409 VF Corporation Clothing Greensboro, North Carolina
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #410
Accenture
Professional Services New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #411
Robert Half International
Business Services & Supplies Menlo Park, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #412 TDS (Telephone and Data Systems) Telecommunications Services, Cable Supplier Chicago, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #413 NetApp IT, Internet, Software & Services Sunnyvale, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #414 Medline Industries Health Care Equipment & Services Mundelein, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #415
CSRA
Business Services & Supplies Falls Church, Virginia
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #416
Kellogg’s
Food, Soft Beverages, Alcohol & Tobacco Battle Creek, Michigan
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #417 JLL Business Services & Supplies Chicago, Illinois
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #418 WR Berkley Insurances Greenwich, Connecticut
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #419
Travelers
Insurances Hartford, Connecticut
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #420 IBM IT, Internet, Software & Services Armonk, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #421
UnitedHealthcare
Insurances Minnetonka, Minnesota
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #422 dressbarn Clothing Mahwah, New Jersey
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #423 DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse Clothing Columbus, Ohio
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #424 Principal Financial Group Banking and Financial Services Des Moines, Iowa
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #425 SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment Travel & Leisure Orlando, Florida
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #426 Hallmark Cards Packaged Goods Kansas City, Missouri
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #427
Edison International
Utilities Rosemead, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs  #428
Visa
Banking and Financial Services San Francisco, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #429 Willis Group Holdings Insurances Addison, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #430 Alliance Data Systems Business Services & Supplies Plano, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #431
General Atomics
Aerospace & Defense San Diego, California
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #432 Bridgestone Automotive (Automotive and Suppliers) Nashville, Tennessee
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #433 Cardinal Health Health Care Equipment & Services Dublin, Ohio
Cyber and Information Security Jobs
#434
Oshkosh
Automotive (Automotive and Suppliers) Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #435 Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Insurances Springfield, MA
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #436
Schneider Electric
Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Technology Hardware & Equipment Andover, Massachusetts
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #437 Cooper Tire & Rubber Automotive (Automotive and Suppliers) Findlay, Ohio
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #438 Lilly Drugs & Biotechnology Indianapolis, Indiana
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #439 Landry’s Travel & Leisure Houston, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #440 Aetna Insurances Hartford, Connecticut
Cyber and Information Security Jobs

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General Motors
Automotive (Automotive and Suppliers) Detroit, Michigan
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #442
L’Oréal Group
Packaged Goods New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #443
Dell
Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Technology Hardware & Equipment Round Rock, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #444 Scholastic Media & Advertising New York, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #445 Volvo Group Automotive (Automotive and Suppliers) Greensboro, North Carolina
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Cyber and Information Security Jobs #456 Lane Bryant Clothing Columbus, OH
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Orbital ATK
Aerospace & Defense Dulles, Virginia
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Anheuser-Busch InBev
Food, Soft Beverages, Alcohol & Tobacco St. Louis, Missouri
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Cyber and Information Security Jobs #464
L-3 Communications
Aerospace & Defense New York, New York
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Verizon Communications
Telecommunications Services, Cable Supplier Basking Ridge, New Jersey
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Baxalta
Drugs & Biotechnology Dallas, Texas
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #468 Newell Rubbermaid Packaged Goods Atlanta, Georgia
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Cyber and Information Security Jobs #470 Boston Scientific Health Care Equipment & Services Natick, Massachusetts
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #471 Continental Automotive (Automotive and Suppliers) Fort Mill, South Carolina
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Cyber and Information Security Jobs #473
KPMG
Professional Services New York, New York
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Cyber and Information Security Jobs #475
Estée Lauder
Packaged Goods New York, New York
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Cyber and Information Security Jobs #478 Pitney Bowes Business Services & Supplies Stamford , Connecticut
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SAS Retail Services
Professional Services Orange, California
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Urban Outfitters
Clothing Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania
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Verisk Analytics
IT, Internet, Software & Services Jersey City, New Jersey
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #484
Samsung Electronics
Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Technology Hardware & Equipment New York City, New York
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #485 Allegis Group Business Services & Supplies Hanover, Maryland
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Cyber and Information Security Jobs #487 Mednax Health Care Equipment & Services Sunrise, Florida
Cyber and Information Security Jobs #488 New Jersey Transit Transportation and Logistics Newark, New Jersey
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BAE Systems
Aerospace & Defense Arlington, Washington
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AT&T
Telecommunications Services, Cable Supplier Dallas, Texas
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Paccar
Automotive (Automotive and Suppliers) Bellevue, Washington
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Oracle
IT, Internet, Software & Services Redwood Shores, California