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  1. Application Security Administrator – Keep software / apps safe and secure.
  2. Artificial Intelligence Security Specialist – Use AI to combat cybercrime.
  3. Automotive Security Engineer – Protect cars from cyber intrusions.
  4. Blockchain Developer / Engineer – Code the future of secure transactions.
  5. Blue Team Member – Design defensive measures / harden operating systems.
  6. Bug Bounty Hunter – Freelance hackers find defects and exploits in code.
  7. Cybersecurity Scrum Master – Watch over and protect all data.
  8. Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) – Head honcho of cybersecurity.
  9. Chief Security Officer (CSO) – Head up all physical/info/cyber security.
  10. Cloud Security Architect – Secure apps and data in the cloud.
  11. Counterespionage Analyst – Thwart cyber spies from hostile nation states.
  12. Cryptanalyst – Decipher coded messages without a cryptographic key.
  13. Cryptographer – Develop systems to encrypt sensitive information.
  14. Cyber Insurance Policy Specialist – Consult on cyber risk and liability protection.
  15. Cyber Intelligence Specialist – Analyze cyber threats and defend against them.
  16. Cyber Operations Specialist – Conduct offensive cyberspace operations.
  17. Cybercrime Investigator – Solve crimes conducted in cyberspace.
  18. Cybersecurity Hardware Engineer – Develop security for computer hardware.
  19. Cybersecurity Lawyer – Attorney focused on info/cyber security and cybercrime.
  20. Cybersecurity Software Developer / Engineer – Bake security into applications.
  21. Data Privacy Officer – Ensure legal compliance related to data protection.
  22. Data Recovery Specialist – Recover hacked data from digital devices.
  23. Data Security Analyst – Protect information on computers and networks.
  24. Digital Forensics Analyst – Examine data containing evidence of cybercrime.
  25. Disaster Recovery Specialist – Plan for and respond to data and system catastrophes.
  26. Ethical / White Hat Hacker – Perform lawful security testing and evaluation.
  27. Governance Compliance & Risk (GRC) Manager – Oversee risk management.
  28. IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) Security Specialist – Protect industrial control systems.
  29. Incident Responder – First response to cyber intrusions and data breaches.
  30. Information Assurance Analyst – Identify risks to information systems.
  31. Information Security Analyst – Plan and carry out infosecurity measures.
  32. Information Security Manager / Director – Oversee an IT security team(s).
  33. Intrusion Detection Analyst – Use security tools to find targeted attacks.
  34. IoT (Internet of Things) Security Specialist – Protect network-connected devices.
  35. IT Security Architect – Implement network and computer security.
  36. Malware Analyst – Detect and remediate malicious software.
  37. Mobile Security Engineer – Implement security for mobile phones and devices.
  38. Network Security Administrator – Secure networks from internal and external threats.
  39. Penetration Tester (Pen-Tester) – Perform authorized and simulated cyberattacks.
  40. PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) Analyst – Manage secure transfer of digital information.
  41. Red Team Member – Participate in real-world cyberattack simulations.
  42. SCADA (Supervisory control and data acquisition) Security Analyst – Secure critical infrastructures.
  43. Security Auditor – Conduct audits on an organization’s information systems.
  44. Security Awareness Training Specialist – Train employees on cyber threats.
  45. Security Operations Center (SOC) Analyst – Coordinate and report on cyber incidents.
  46. Security Operations Center (SOC) Manager – Oversee all SOC personnel.
  47. Source Code Auditor – Analyze software code to find bugs, defects, and breaches.
  48. Threat Hunter – Search networks to detect and isolate advanced threats.
  49. Virus Technician – Detect and remediate computer viruses and malware.
  50. Vulnerability Assessor – Find exploits in systems and applications.