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FCW : October 2014
4 October 2014 FCW.COM DEPARTMENTS 6 EDITOR’S NOTE In search of cyber pros (and other IT rock stars) 12 COMMENTARY Building top-notch information security teams BY BRIAN GAGNON AND AUDREY MICKAHAIL It’s too soon to abandon CIOs BY ALAN P. BALUTIS Challenging people in pursuit of a valuable goal BY STEVE KELMAN 30 EXEC TECH Continuous monitoring: A new look and a wider scope BY JOHN MOORE 36 CIO PERSPECTIVE Information sharing: Are we safer? BY RICHARD A. SPIRES 41 FCW INDEX 42 BACK STORY The state of the IT workforce Contents TRENDING 3 MANAGEMENT What we’ve got here is a failure to communicate FCW CALENDAR Where you need to be next 8 OVERSIGHT IGs seek consistency and access in agency cloud deals, and DHS says its new scanning authority will help stop the next Heartbleed 9 PROCUREMENT Officials say the revamped HealthCare.gov site is ready for prime time, and the HHS Buyers Club awards its first contract 18 CYBERSECURITY Can DHS get it together? Slowly but surely, the agency’s ability to handle cybersecurity has evolved — but experts say key hurdles remain BY SEAN LYNGAAS 24 SECURITY CLEARANCES Automated security rechecks: Not as easy as pushing a button By all accounts, the government is serious about reforming the reinvestigation process for feds and contractors with security clearances. So what’s taking so long? BY ADAM MAZMANIAN 28 FIRST PERSON Steve Cooper: Back in the saddle at Commerce After a 40-year career, Steve Cooper came out of retirement to take the CIO reins at the sprawling agency 24
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