Jobs in Tech 101
IT & Cybersecurity
IT cybersecurity professionals have the ability to come up with unique solutions to complex problems, while also following stringent sets of procedures. They use strong reasoning and analytical abilities to solve problems, and also feel comfortable presenting these ideas in front of others.
Network and computer systems administrators manage the day-to-day operation of these networks. They organize, install, and support an organization's computer systems, including local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), network segments, intranets, and other data communication systems.
Business analysts evaluate data that is used to support and make informed business decisions. This can be in relation to emerging external trends or changing internal performance demands.
Technical architects define the overall structure of a program or system and encompasses both technical and management skills. They are responsible for improving end-user experience or ensuring a company's internal digital framework works smoothly.
Cybersecurity administrators help prevent attacks through their expertise and knowledge of databases, networks, hardware, firewalls and encryption. They keep computer systems running smoothly, prevent the theft of financial and personal information, and block intruders from accessing and divulging proprietary data.
Check overnight reports on security issues and prepare top priorities and vulnerability watch list for staff for the next 24 hours
Sit in on troubleshooting and debugging meeting with customer service and software development team leaders to address issues with computer programs
Maintain software with the latest updates to block third-party and partner application backdoor vulnerabilities and malicious code
Answer technical questions from fellow team members, customers or the public
Identify and manage vulnerabilities within the internal technical environment and our own applications to achieve and guarantee zero loss
Review detailed plans for a new security command center our company is building
Dipali never would have thought that he would want to work in the IT department at a pharmaceutical company, but he really enjoys his work in IT cybersecurity.Read More
The Indianapolis 500 is a specially-rated event, with similar security standards to the Super Bowl. Working alongside law enforcement agencies such as the FBI and Department of Homeland Security, Rook Security set up a Cyber Command Center inside the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Emergency Operation Center (EOC), to detect and respond to digital threats.Read More
A bachelor’s degree in computer science, programming, or related field is preferred. Some organizations will also look for advanced certificates or training
Product development professionals love building products, automating inefficiencies, and solving problems.
Data scientist professionals enjoy extensive thinking about data and abstract problems.
Designers are passionate about crafting beautiful, functional user experiences.
IT and cybersecurity professionals build and maintain the security of complex computer networks and databases.
Customer success professionals enjoy building relationships, and take pride in being the voice of the customer.
Support professionals have respect for all clients and team members, and enjoy engaging with people via phone and email to help them solve problems.
Sales professionals have a will to win and a knack for influencing and building relationships with people.
Marketing professionals crafting communications or experiences that inspire, inform, and influence people.
Finance managers have a passion for working with financial data and interpreting how a business makes money.
HR & office administration professionals have a passion for making sure the workplace is functional, comfortable, and efficient.