Monday July 6, 2020

We need somebody with a human touch

Everybody needs security, reports Fiona Alston, as we look at why leaderships skills are becoming more brain than brawn and how women’s instincts are suited to the world of cyber security

2nd June, 2019
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Ashling Cunningham chief information officer, Ervia

Finally the day has come where we recognise that those who shout the loudest don’t always get heard — that should make for a more comfortable working environment for most. Recognising that soft skills are what is needed in the changing pace of office structure is leading to a whole new skills gap of its own.

“There is a skills gap, no doubt about it. Us, at Vantage, we use that to our...

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