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FCW : May 15, 2015
BackStory Cybersecurity’s same old song 34 May 15, 2015 FCW.COM The good news: Most threats continue to fall into a few well-understood categories. The bad news: Government remains a top target, and it still can’t hire enough cybersecurity talent. Sources: Verizon’s “2015 Data Breach Investigations Report” and Partnership for Public Service’s “Cyber In-Security II: Closing the Federal Talent Gap” 50,315 public-sector security incidents in 2014 2,122 incidents with confirmed data loss (all sectors) 303 public-sector incidents with confirmed data loss 79,790 total security incidents in 2014 (all sectors) of all reported incidents involved confirmed data loss. of the reported incidents show that public-sector systems were the target. Most incidents fall into nine attack patterns: The challenge of finding and keeping cybersecurity talent hasn’t changed much either. 2.6 % 63% 29.4% Miscellaneous errors 25.1% Crimeware 20.6% Insider misuse 15.3% Physical theft/loss 4.1% Web app attacks 3.9% Denial of service 0.8% Cyber-espionage 0.7% Point-of-sale intrusions 0.1% Payment card skimmers There are 92,863 civilian cyber employees governmentwide. But agencies lost more than they hired last year: And pay gaps remain a significant obstacle to recruiting top talent, with private-sector software engineers earning more than their federal counterparts: 5,335 fiscal 2014 separations 4,709 fiscal 2014 new hires $24,000- 33,000 senior level $8,000- 14,000 entry level 0515fcw_034.indd 34 4/20/15 3:13 PM
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