In association with HACE, Trellix launched a comprehensive mentorship and educational program to help Latinos build soft and hard skills related to cybersecurity.
Expanding opportunities for Latinos
Trellix partnered with Gotara to create a program aimed at empowering women to navigate and grow their careers.
Combatting unconscious bias
By collaborating with nonprofits committed to our cause, we can achieve a larger, more diverse talent pool within the cybersecurity community. These partnerships are helping us move the needle.
Meet the moment. Commit to the cause.
Hear directly from industry professionals about why they’re so passionate about their careers in cybersecurity and how they make a difference every day.
Why cybersecurity pros are proud of what they do
There’s a place for people who want to protect others. Who want to contribute to the greater good of society. Who want to keep businesses, essential infrastructure, and vital information safe. That place? Cybersecurity.
If you’re looking for a career that provides you with the opportunity to do meaningful, soulful work that enriches people’s lives—you’ve found it. Now, let’s help others blaze their own trail in cybersecurity.
Make a positive impact on your world
Explore solutions for tackling the talent gap and increasing diversity in cybersecurity.
Security’s chance to save tech
Soulless to Soulful:
of security professionals agree that cybersecurity is purposeful, soulful work that motivates them.
Dive in to this survey of 1,000 global cybersecurity experts for insights on industry demographics, a list of top frustrations and motivations, and ideas for expanding the workforce.
What’s behind today’s talent shortage?
We’re on a mission to broaden the awareness of cybersecurity as a meaningful, engaging career with lots of growth potential—and we want your organization to join us.
Partner with us to spread the word
The future of cybersecurity is in our hands. Together, we must act to change the mindset around talent and better nurture tomorrow’s security experts.
How you can help elevate our industry
As an organization
It’s time to rethink recruiting and redesign the SecOps experience to make cybersecurity a destination career by taking these steps:
• Partnering with schools and nonprofits to build a pipeline of young talent.
• Getting HR on board by encouraging recruiters to consider candidates from non-traditional backgrounds.
• Empowering SOC staff with powerful tools and automation capabilities to reduce stress and decrease attrition.
To ensure more prospective cybersecurity professionals have access to ample training, today’s two- and four-year schools should be:
• Creating more specialized programs that enable students to sharpen their cybersecurity skills.
• Increasing scholarship funding, especially at liberal arts schools and historically black colleges and universities.
• Offering more internship opportunities so students can gain real-world, hands-on cybersecurity experience.
As a college/university
Join us to spread the word and help influence the next wave of cybersecurity experts by:
• Sharing the message that cybersecurity offers people the chance to do more rewarding, soulful work.
• Volunteering time at K–12 schools to educate and encourage students about pursuing a career in cybersecurity.
• Mentoring young professionals who are looking to make the move into the cybersecurity field.
As an individual
Trellix is raising awareness of cybersecurity careers and training Historically Black Colleges and University students to navigate the job search process.
Mentoring with HBCUs