Cyber Security Career Lifecycle®
Pre-Professional: An individual who has not yet (and never has) obtained a position working in the cyber security field. This may include anyone who has interest in working in this area with or without formal training and education in the field. Examples of individuals and or situations who may be part of this phase are: individuals who are switching careers (former military, IT, retail, law enforcement, etc.) and students (high school or university).
ISSA Chapters provide local networking and educational opportunities. ISSA Chapters and their members can become your strongest allies when support is needed to get the job done.
Review posted career opportunities--by function, industry or state--post your resume, create a job alert, and more!
The ISSA Journal is the Association's monthly magazine and a leading resource for members on up-to-date technical information, industry and association news, and chapter information.
ISSA International Web Conferences bring together ISSA members from around the world to share leading industry presentations and answer members' questions. Each event is designed to address the timely needs of ISSA members through a live, online event and a subsequent recorded version for on-demand viewing and offers a CPE quiz. All content is developed by the ISSA International Web Conference Committee.
Join ISSA and your peers for solution oriented, proactive and innovative sessions focused on security as a vital part of business. The ISSA International Conference is a great venue to deepen existing business relationships and make new contacts on a regular and on-going basis.
So, you think you want to work in cyber security? Not sure which way to go? Not sure if you’re doing all you need to do to be successful? Check out of Pre-Professional Virtual Meet-Ups to help guide you through the maze of cyber security. Click here for the schedule and to register for a Meet-Up.
This program was developed to formalize a relationship between more senior professional individuals in the chapter (Mentors) and the various levels of security professionals seeking entry or navigating different phases of this profession (Mentees). Professionals at every level of the Cybersecurity Career Lifecycle (CSCL) will benefit from participating in this program. The process takes patience, focused study, and hard work. This program is not yet available for all chapters.