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Information Assurance Analysts


Edward Snowden’s 2013 leaks of highly-sensitive classified information from the National Security Agency, the 2015 hacking of the Democratic National Committee allegedly by Russian security services, the WikiLeaks controversy in the late 2010s, and ongoing cyberattacks against corporations and government agencies suggest that there will be strong demand for information assurance analysts by government agencies, government contractors, and the U.S. military during the next decade. Job opportunities should also be good in the private sector; businesses worldwide lose an estimated $600 billion each year to cybercrime.

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