Discussion

Discussion

Respond to one of the following options. Be sure to specify the option number you are responding to in your post.

Option 1: Job Search

1. Go to a job site such as Indeed.com, Monster.com, or LinkedIn.
2. Search for jobs for cybersecurity analysts in your area.
3. Start by searching for jobs using key words like “cyber threat analyst.”
4. Examine the data presented.
5. What do you think about the salary range of this position? Did you find the salary expectations or anything surprising about the salary range?
6. Are you finding jobs in your area? Would you be willing to relocate?
7. Which parts of the course do you think helped you prepare for these job openings, demand, or roles?

Option 2: Job Demand

1. Go to the site https://www.cyberseek.org/heatmap.html
2. Look up jobs for cybersecurity analysts in your area.
3. Start by selecting a state or metro area.
4. Examine the data presented.
5. Use the site’s features to drill down to your specific state or metropolitan area.
6. Paste a screenshot of your results into the discussion area. Discuss the job titles and market demand for your selected area.
7. Which parts of the course do you think helped you prepare for these job openings, demand, or roles?

Option 3: Job Roles

1. Go to the site https://niccs.us-cert.gov/workforce-development/mapping-tool/job-description
2. Use the NICE Framework Mapping Tool to explore cybersecurity analyst job roles of interest.
3. Start by selecting the “Protect and Defend” checkbox and choose one or more of the statements and one or more of the functional areas of interest.
4. Choose the tasks of interest and then the KSAs of interest.
5. Choose “Other,” as well as location, position status, and a job title.
6. Click on the Submit button and review the “Mapping Tool Report.” Did the results meet your expectations, or were you surprised?
7. Which parts of the course do you think helped you prepare for these job openings, demand, or roles?

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