The CyberSN Taxonomy

Fostering a Shared Cybersecurity Language Between Employers and Professionals

Our Taxonomy serves as the foundation upon which all our services and technology are built, enabling us to deliver unparalleled precision in job matching, talent development, and organizational planning.

Why a Taxonomy is Essential

Accurate Classification

It allows for the precise categorization of job roles, tasks and responsibilities. This accuracy is vital for employers to clearly articulate their needs and for professionals to understand the expectations of a role.
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Effective Cybersecurity Job Matching

Our platform leverages this taxonomy to match cybersecurity professionals with job opportunities that align with their skills, experience, and career aspirations. This targeted approach reduces the time and effort required to find a compatible match, benefiting both employers and job seekers.

Strategic Talent Development

By providing a clear framework for cybersecurity roles, the taxonomy aids organizations in identifying skill gaps and planning for workforce development. It enables strategic decision-making regarding talent acquisition, retention, and upskilling.
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Cybersecurity Industry Standardization

Adopting a taxonomy based on the NICE Framework and extending it to cover the entire cybersecurity landscape promotes standardization across the industry. This approach streamlines the language used to describe cybersecurity work, facilitating clearer communication and understanding among stakeholders.
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Aligned and Extended Upon the NICE Framework

By aligning with the NICE Framework, we ensure that our taxonomy reflects the latest in cybersecurity education, training, and workforce development standards. CyberSN Taxonomy then takes it a step further to encompass ALL areas of cybersecurity
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