How can AI help close talent gaps in cybersecurity and beyond?

The power of AI to fill talent gaps in cybersecurity and across other areas “relies on human involvement” argues Divya Ghatak, CPO at SentinelOne...
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How can AI help close talent gaps in cybersecurity and beyond?
Divya Ghatak, Chief People Officer at SentinelOne

Employers continue to face significant recruitment challenges. Countless surveys show this, and it’s certainly something I have seen firsthand as Chief People Officer of SentinelOne. As an industry, cybersecurity is no stranger to talent shortages, with the global cyber talent shortfall estimated to be approximately 3.5 million people by 2025, according to Cybersecurity Ventures.

This shortage comes as no surprise, as cybersecurity is no longer just a tech problem, it’s a business one. Organizations across all sectors and industries urgently need skilled individuals to protect their data and systems.

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