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FCW : October 30, 2013
BY AMBER CORRIN The numbers are startling: The U.S. Cyber Command seeks 5,000 cybersecurity pros. The federal government will need 10,000 cybersecurity experts in the near future. Even the Department of Homeland Security s com- paratively small yet urgent demand for 600 new cybersecurity employees is dizzying once the logistics are considered. Where are agencies going to nd all those people? For years, headlines decrying the dearth of cybersecurity professionals have dominated the IT security landscape. In the wake of massive leaks from insiders such as Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden, a urry of high-pro le cyber- attacks and calls for action from Congress, the demand is as intense as ever. It turns out, though, that striking the right balance in the federal cybersecurity workforce is more complicated than simply recruiting and hiring new employees. Competing budget priorities, a narrow pipe- line of prospects, training shortfalls, ambiguous skill-set requirements and a tug of war between the public and private sectors all add complex- ity to the process. Myriad programs for developing talented GAPS IN THE RANKS As agencies seek thousands of cybersecurity specialists, recruiting will not be enough
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