By Brian Clark, US Editor

But that could soon change. As a nation, we’re experiencing an era of unprecedented cyberattacks. 

From ransomware attacks locking down patient records at hospitals, to a mischievous hacker disabling the fare system for San Francisco’s Muni, it’s evident the scope of these threats is widening. 

According to Forbes "The ISACA, a non-profit information security advocacy group, predicts there will be a global shortage of two million cyber security professionals by 2019. Every year in the U.S., 40,000 jobs for information security analysts go unfilled, and employers are struggling to fill 200,000 other cyber-security related roles, according to cyber security data tool CyberSeek. And for every ten cyber security job ads that appear on careers site Indeed, only seven people even click on one of the ads, let alone apply."