Organizations across the world have a gap in cyber security talent. With the RSA conference concluding this week the news articles this week seem to have the same theme that cyber security talent is lacking. Christos Dimitriadis, ISACA board chair, says that companies are worried that these unfilled positions in their companies can make them vulnerable to attacks. In the UK the government has put a plan in place to develop a greater interest in cber security amongst younger people. For us as cyber security students this is good news, however, we should be weary that even though many jobs are available companies will want to make sure that you are the right fit and could require higher credentials in order for you to become employed in their company.