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Source: Search Security - Posted by Eric Lubow   
Latest News Information security will never go out of style. As long as companies have computing infrastructure, security professionals will be needed to ward off dangers. But like all other IT careers, the market demands wax and wane and the requirements change. Experts say spending on security will continue to rise and specialization, compliance knowledge and documented work experience are in demand.

Enterprises continue to pour money into compliance projects, resulting in a need for more security pros, said Ali Pabrai, CEO of ecfirst.com and a member of the advisory committee at CompTIA Security+, the largest developer of vendor-neutral IT certification exams. "Financial, healthcare and government organizations are aligning their security initiatives with compliance priorities," he said. Employers are looking for the right talent to specialize in a particular area, Pabrai said. Finding that niche may be key to landing the next big job.

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