The Future of Jobs in Cybersecurity

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been a driving force for much of the innovative technology we see today. In the future, AI will be an even larger part of how society operates. While this new technology will make life seemingly easier, it also presents new challenges that need the attention of experts. Below are five jobs that are expected to emerge as a result of advanced AI.
The use of AI and deepfake actors in viral videos can result in more harm than good. Deepfake Analysts would view videos to find evidence of deepfake technology in order to reveal the truth.
Driverless-Car Security Specialists will be in demand when driverless cars take over the future of transportation but, if the system is compromised it could result in chaos. These security specialists would be tasked with ensuring that all of the networks and sensors in these vehicles are secure.
In the future, brain enhancement implants could be the norm for many people. But doctors who will work on these implants won’t be well versed in their technology. Implanted-Device Guardians would ensure that these implants are secure from hackers and collaborate with doctors on the technical side of the device.
Video games are the last place you would think to find a referee but as gamers become more advanced in their cheating techniques referees are necessary. Gamers are now finding ways to make real money from cheating, and Anti-Cheat Referees would be tasked with putting a stop to their methods and preventing cheating on all platforms.
The Chief Digital Identity Officer, a c-suite level employee, would have one main responsibility – ensuring that everyone accessing the company’s platform is authorized to do so. The officer would ensure that proper authorization was put in place to log into the system and keep up with the changing landscape of network security.
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Written by Gillian Sweny

Gillian is Director of Marketing at AgileBlue with over 10 years of experience in the marketing industry. Gillian resides in Cleveland, OH with her husband and 2-year-old son.

October 14, 2020

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