The report is derived from data on job searches and postings on its platform from February and May.
The report further said that software development job postings on the other hand increased by 13 per cent from February-May. During the same period, the searches for these roles grew by 37 per cent, it added.
The job seekers aged 25-29 years rank the highest in terms of searches for cybersecurity-related jobs, followed by 20-24 years and 30-34-years, it said.
The report found that the field sees the most interest from millennials, followed by Gen Z, who are now entering the workforce.
The average annual salary of security specialist is Rs 8,89,265, IT security specialist is Rs 8,07,170 and information security analyst Rs 4,59,304, it added.
"Against the backdrop of lockdown
and an increase in the labour force continuing to work from home, companies
want to create a more secure environment to guard against data breaches," Venkata Machavarapu, Head of Engineering, India, and Site Director at Indeed India, said.
As one of the emerging areas that businesses across industries are focusing on, cybersecurity-related roles see a lot of interest from millennials as well as entry-level talent, he added.