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DNBAN73478 | 3/6/2014 | Author : Suparna Goswami Bhattacharya | WC :496 | Business & Economy

The No. of professionals in the field is far less than what the demand is in India: Nasscom

Bangalore: Now is the right time for those interested in ethical hacking to land a job. Thanks to the high demand for ethical hackers, the profession offers a plethora of lucrative job opportunities.
With the increasing use of the internet, ethical hacking has become an essential part of IT security industry today. As India is one of the top countries in the IT world today, it is but natural that companies here do all it takes to protect its data.
However, because of lack of awareness and proper cyber law defining ethical hacking, there are only 15,000 ethical hackers being produced in India every year as against the requirement of 77,000, says Nasscom.
The salary of an ethical hacker starts from Rs2.4 lakh and could be as
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