The National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) developed the National Cybersecurity Workforce Framework (the Workforce Framework) to define the cybersecurity workforce and provide a common taxonomy and lexicon by which to classify and categorize workers. The draft of Version 2.0 is available in spreadsheet format at the NICCS portal here:
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U.S. Army Cyber Command and Second Army is kicking off new initiatives to help realize the Secretary of Defense's vision for greater collaboration between DOD and Silicon Valley.
The success of the President's Commission for Enhancing National Cybersecurity depends heavily on buy-in and advocacy from the private sector, agency officials explained at a New America cybersecurity conference in Washington, D.C., last Wednesday.
The Defense Department is inviting "vetted hackers" to test its cybersecurity in a new pilot program called "Hack the Pentagon."
Founding Members of the Coalition for Cybersecurity Policy and Law Include Arbor Networks, Cisco, Intel, Microsoft, Oracle, Rapid7, and Symantec; Coalition Files Comments to NIST on Cybersecurity Framework.
The Pentagon hasn't had updated information on maintenance of the F-35 jet since May because a Lockheed Martin Corp. database doesn't meet new government cybersecurity requirements, according to the Defense Department's testing office.
UpGuard, formerly ScriptRock, today unveiled its Cybersecurity Threat Assessment Report (CSTAR), the industry's first and only comprehensive and actionable cybersecurity preparedness score for enterprises.
Global cybersecurity skills shortage and high demand could lead to high turnover and hyper wage inflation next year.
A root9B Technologies Company (OTCQB: RTNB) and leading provider of advanced cybersecurity services and training for corporate and government clients, has moved to the Number One position on the Cybersecurity 500 ranking of the world's hottest and most innovative cybersecurity companies for 2016.
The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is developing a Congressional Cybersecurity Lab (CCL) intended to help teach technically unsavvy politicians the wily ways of cybersecurity.