Cyber Security Degree Salary Expectations

Demand for cyber security professionals has been 3.5 times greater than that for other IT positions, and 12 times greater than other jobs. CNN Money’s website listed cyber security in the top 10 ten “Best Jobs” in the US. Innovators and entrepreneurs in the cyber security field will also find a wealth of opportunity. In the past two years, venture capitalists have funded 16 eight-figure deals directed at tech security firms. There is expected to have a 65,000 increase in cyber security jobs by 2020. For those with a cyber security degree, salary expectations for management positions is around $120,000 per year.

For those currently enrolled in a cyber security program, or considering enrolling in one, these are important statistics that offer great hope for a growing cyber security degree salary in the future. For business students at George Mason University, there are great career opportunities in the Washington, D.C. metro area. In addition, the vast network of alumni of George Mason University School of Management reside in the Washington, D.C. metro area, offering a large professional network to help new business school graduates secure a job and a great cyber security degree salary. These alumni provide a useful network for graduating business students in Mason’s MS in Management of Secure Information Systems.

Wondering how you can judge what to expect from a cyber security degree salary? Below is an infographic displaying the average cyber security degree salary in the Washington, D.C. metro area.

cybersecuity pay in DC infographic Cyber Security Degree Salary Expectations

Source: http://news.clearancejobs.com/cybersecurity-salary-in-dc-metro-infographic/

About J.P. Auffret

I am director of the executive degree programs in the George Mason School of Management including the MS in Technology Management, MS in Management of Secure Information Systems, and Executive MBA. Additionally, I am a co-founder of the International Academy of CIO and serves as an advisory board member of the Waseda eGovernance Research Center.

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