In this report, we deal with both the demand and supply aspects of talent. A ready-reckoner for the audience, this report covers the overall Cybersecurity talent market, technology trends, recruitment challenges, and evolving best practices.
We have compiled a dashboard titled Trends in Cyber Security Jobs in the UK. The report captures, analyzes and presents pertinent data points to provide a high-level view of the Cybersecurity jobs data in the UK.
Amazon, Google, Facebook and Microsoft are the top companies recruiting for AI/ML/Big Data talent. These companies, in their bid to incorporate AI tech in their products and to power their internal applications and processes, will have strong demand for such talent in the immediate term.
The global Engineering R&D spending is poised to top US$1.7 trillion in the next 3-4 years, led by the automobile, pharma, and software & internet-enabled sectors – together these sectors account for 45% of the total global spend. US enterprises – Alphabet, Apple, Amazon, Cisco, and Facebook are the top Engineering R&D spenders globally.
During the ongoing pandemic, if there is one technology area that remains unaffected to a large extent, it is Cybersecurity. The global Insurance, Banking, Public and Retail sectors continue to build capabilities to combat cyber threats.
Recent research shows that enterprise cloud adoption has accelerated in the face of the Covid Pandemic and looks set to continue into the near future.
A Certification in AWS ranks among the top 3 IT skills in demand globally, including major technology markets. The growth in demand for certified talent across key domains (Security, Database, Analytics & Networking) validates the growth of in-demand skills.
In view of the increasing spend by businesses across verticals on cloud computing, it is estimated that 50% of all software sales will eventually be in the Cloud domain. Add to this, the growth in spending that is expected to hover around 19% CAGR between 2019 and 2024.
We have covered two key cloud technologies/vendors – AWS and Microsoft Azure, which together constitute more than 50% of the global cloud infrastructure space, namely Infrastructure-as-a-service.
In this report, we have covered Data Science and ML/Artificial Intelligence talent space in the US.