Skirting the Big Data Worker Shortage
As an entrepreneur he was voted one of the "Top 25 under 25" by BusinessWeek, semi-finalist of the Ernst and Young "Entrepreneur of the Year" award, and a "Web 2.0 Wonderkid" for his online marketing capabilities. In 2012, Savid was acquired by External IT. Mr. Davis is an author of the No. 1 computer security book in the world, Hacking Exposed, as well as Hacking Exposed: Malware and Rootkits, and he is a frequent contributor to industry and business publications including InformationWeek and The Wall Street Journal. Much of his time is spent lecturing, and conferences and conventions that know him well include Black Hat, Interop, SuperStrategies, and InfoSecWorld.
There is a growing shortage of trained and experienced big data workers, particularly in the data scientist field. Federal departments and agencies, however, have embraced big data in a big way. How are they getting around the problem of not enough workers? What tools do they use to make big data easier for the uninitiated? Does the lack of specific big data trained employees pose an increased security risk? We'll get answers to those questions.
Attend this webinar to:
- Find out just how big a problem the worker shortage is
- Learn what tools could help make most IT workers data analysts
- Discover the effect the shortage could have of government programs
Register for this webinar to hear from Michael A. Davis, who has earned a reputation as one of the nation's leading authorities on information technology. The list of organizations that rely on his council includes AT&T, Sears, Exelon, the US Department of Defense, and Discover Financial. Davis is President of External IT, a national managed IT services, cloud services, and IT security provider that focuses on unifying the business IT experience.