Do you know a good risk manager? Cybersecurity expert?
Colonial Pipeline, notorious for its recent ransomware attack that led to problems at the gas station throughout the southeastern United States, hires – and had been before the incident, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Thursday.  The Alpharetta, Georgia-based company reportedly tried to fill the two security leadership positions "just a few weeks before it was hit by the ransomware attack," the paper reported.
Georgia Tech's dean of technology told the paper he was not surprised that The Colonial had vacancies.
"There is a significant shortage of cybersecurity staff who understand energy," Raheem Beyah, who is also a professor of electrical and computer technology, told the newspaper, adding that he would not be surprised by 50% of subway companies. Atlanta and elsewhere are facing a similar situation. "We have been raising red flags and alarms for several years."