I am doing my bachelor's in computer science and I have the chance to take multiple cybersecurity courses. Of course, before taking these course, I did some research about jobs in the field of cybersecurity to see what one does in day-to-day tasks, what paths exist, etc.
I found jobs that seem to mostly do documentation, meetings and reports. I don't see jobs where one only does "technical things". I will define "technical things" as building servers, configuring firewalls, doing pen testing, writing scripts, etc. In other words, jobs that do not require a lot of interface with people.
For example, if I search for cybersecurity analyst or just cybersecurity (since 90% of the jobs have for title cybersecurity analyst), here are the common tasks that I found between the different jobs:
Support and promote the various security and compliance policy governance projects.
Contribute to or conduct risk assessments across different projects or incidents.
Teach cybersecurity best practices during interactions with company employees.
Participate in evidence gathering activities for internal and certification audits.
As specialists who work in that field, what are your thoughts about jobs that are only technical?