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There are stark differences between e-discovery and cybersecurity, most notably that cybersecurity, as an avenue of career opportunity and responsibility, is much, much bigger. An examination of the current state of both industries coupled with a deep dive into the history of e-discovery will offer a prophetic look at the likely hiring patterns, job availability, compensation trends, and industry maturation of the cybersecurity vertical over the next decade.
When it comes to jobs, the history of e-discovery mirrors the present of cybersecurity. Specifically, the history of e-discovery, as a microcosm, reflects much of the wildly incongruent supply/demand in today’s cybersecurity career landscape and is a predictor of future patterns in the cyber marketplace. The commonality of these industries lies in the unique overlap of skills, client base, and collaboration between the professional communities.
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