According to the latest Talent Neuron Report, there are over 1300 open and available jobs in Information Technology, representing over 270 New Mexican employers.
Top skills sought include Linux, Cyber security, Technical support, Java, and Python and the top five job titles posted include Project Manager, System Administrator, Software Engineer, Network Engineer, and Systems Engineer in that order.
Have a look for yourself by downloading the free Information Technology in New Mexico Report (12-26-17).
And here is a free customized report showing jobs with “cyber security” in the job description, with detailed heat maps showing hiring scale, salary ranges, job volume, candidate supply, demand pressure, and competitive intensity.
Download the Cybersecurity Jobs in New Mexico Report (12-26-17).
If you would like more detailed information about the local workforce, jobs, technologies, and/or hiring trends for any city in New Mexico, please contact us with your request.
List of NMTC Members in Cybersecurity
The New Mexico Technology Council has many members and sponsors who are working to keep our data, devices, and infrastructure safe and secure.
Topics and research in this area include:
- Malware and Intrusion Detection
- Risk Assessment, Analysis, and Remediation
- Virus Scanning
- Cloud Security
- Social Engineering
- Password Management
- Artificial Intelligence
- Threat Modeling and Simulation
From their website: The Quantum World Corporation, DBA ComScire, is a VIP verified Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB) that offers wide-ranging technology-related products and services. Our in-house engineering can take your concepts to final production.
From their website: Nexum, Inc. is a cybersecurity and networking company that builds and secures global networks for organizations across multiple verticals around the world. In addition to its Chicago headquarters, Nexum has sales, training and support presence in Kentucky, Michigan, New Hampshire, Ohio and Wisconsin as well as the Security and Network Operations Command Centers (SNOCC) in New Mexico and Illinois.
From their website: RiskSense has a unique DNA, as the company was founded by real cyber security practitioners and not your typical entrepreneurs. We’re a spin-off of the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology and originally conducted research-as-a-service projects. As part of a think tank that advised the U.S. Department of Defense and U.S. Intelligence Community, we developed Computational Analysis of Cyber Terrorism Against the U.S. (CACTUS), Support Vectors Intrusion Detection, Behavior Risk Analysis of Vicious Executables (BRAVE), and the Strike Team Program.
From their website: For over 20 years, WatchGuard has pioneered cutting-edge cyber security technology and delivered it as easy-to-deploy and easy-to-manage solutions. With industry-leading network security, secure Wi-Fi, and network intelligence products and services, WatchGuard enables more than 80,000 small and midsize enterprises from around the globe to protect their most important assets. In a world where the cyber security landscape is constantly evolving, and new threats emerge each day, WatchGuard makes enterprise-grade cyber security technology accessible for every company.
From their website: Sandia was doing cyber before the term cyberspace existed. Today cybersecurity is a daunting national security problem, and we’re applying decades of expertise to the task. As the most networked nation on earth, the United States is extremely vulnerable. To keep systems safe and foil attacks, we develop protective technologies, conduct threat assessments, and analyze government, military, and civilian computer networks.
Also, have a look at the Information Technology and Support Services NMTC Members here. Many of these organizations are also well-prepared to assist clients with their cyber security needs.
The DON Cyber Glossary was developed by OPNAV N2N6 and coordinated with the DON CIO and US Marine Corps C4 Cybersecurity directorates. This useful glossary provides valuable information and defines significant cybersecurity terminology.
ICS-CERT’s Cybersecurity Evaluation Tool (CSET®), onsite field assessments, network design architecture reviews, and network traffic analysis and verification. The information gained from assessments also provides stakeholders with the understanding and context necessary to build effective defense-in-depth processes for enhancing cybersecurity.
The Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT) mission is to guide a cohesive effort between government and industry to improve the cyber security posture of control systems within the nation’s critical infrastructure. NCCIC/ICS-CERT assists control systems vendors and asset owners/operators to identify security vulnerabilities and develop sound mitigation strategies that strengthen their cyber security posture and reduce risk.
NIST 800 – 171 Security Controls
Here you will find public resources we have collected on the key NIST 800-171 security controls in an effort to assist our suppliers in their implementation of the controls. Select a control family below to display the collected resources for controls within that particular family. Resources include guides, sample policy & procedures, videos, example tools, additional lessons learned, and vendor documentation. In time, resources will be made available that address additional security controls.