The Concerning Statistics About Mental Health in Cybersecurity

Are cyber professionals as good at protecting their mental health as their IT environments? In this Expert Insight by Thomas Kinsella, COO of Tines, talks about the worrying mental health statistics in cyber and how to protect your team.

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Are cybersecurity professionals protecting their mental health as much as they’re protecting their organization?

Security professionals are tasked with keeping their organizations safe from malicious actors that could cause irreparable harm. But are they keeping their own mental health safe, and fighting as hard to protect themselves against the impacts of stress, anxiety, and overwhelm?

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There’s a mental health crisis looming in cybersecurity. Last month was Mental Health Awareness Month, but the need to reignite the conversation about the concerning state of mental health in cybersecurity is ongoing. Fortunately, there are steps we can take to increase good mental health and wellness in our industry.

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