Cyber Security & IT Risk Professionals' Salary Insight: A Comprehensive Survey Revealing Earnings Across the Industry
Salaries in security have remained competitive throughout 2023. This is largely due to a scarcity of talent in a lot of the key areas within cyber security. However, there has been a slight drop in salaries since 2022, where we came out of a buoyant marketplace with a lot of movement. This drop hasn’t persisted however and we have seen salaries stabilise in the last 6-12 months.
Clients are typically happy to pay more money for in-demand skills, especially on the technical front. This includes (but is not limited to): threat hunting, red teaming, application security, and most security engineering roles (including Cloud\SIEM engineering).
Most candidates are aware that the first half of 2022 wasn’t in-line with normal market conditions, but may still expect to be well remunerated, especially if their skills are in demand.
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