How to Become a Cybersecurity Analyst
How Much Do Cybersecurity Analysts Make?
According to Mondo, the average annual salary for a Cybersecurity Analyst is between $90,000 and $160,000. For a more precise number, Indeed reports that the average salary for the role is $81,738 a year in Canada and $97,079 a year in the U.S.
The impact of cyber attacks can be devastating, so businesses are now paying more to hire the best cybersecurity professionals to protect their data. The salaries for other roles in the field of cybersecurity can vary, with some of the top earning positions being Penetration Tester ($80,000 to $130,000), Application Security Engineer ($120,000 to $180,0000), Cybersecurity Engineer ($120,000 to $200,000), Network Security Engineer ($125,000 to $185,000) and Information Security Manager ($125,000 to $215,000).
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