How much of the cybersecurity talent shortage is self-inflicted?

The cybersecurity workforce gap goes beyond a lack of CISOs or an unwillingness to pay salaries.

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Two federal CDOs said building a data-savvy workforce is very much front of mind at their agencies.

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A preview of NASCIO's 2019 survey data shows state IT leaders are becoming more interested in how the emerging technologies can transform business processes.

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The Army is facing a range of staffing, equipment and training issues as it shifts to face the future of warfare.

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A panel of Coding it Forward's summer 2019 Civic Digital Fellows reflected on this question at the program's demo day.

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The trend of rotational programs and talent exchanges is picking up steam in the IC.

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GAO found 16 agencies lack a cybersecurity risk management strategy. Leaders say the biggest hurdle is finding the right people.

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Michigan’s extraordinary network of research universities continues to produce an abundance of skilled high-tech professionals.

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An "in-out-in" model could help train and retain a cyber and defense workforce, panelists at the Aspen Security Forum said.

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At least 20 employees whos shouldn't have been able to telework continued to do so out of a sample of 585 employees, according to an audit.

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