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(ISC)² survey: To recruit cyber talent, feds must make up in training, benefits, what jobs lack in pay
Federal agencies pay an average of $7,000 a year less to cybersecurity personnel than their private sector counterparts, so they need to offer training and other benefits and recruit more from overlooked groups like women and minorities.
U.S. Air Force invests millions this month on cyberweapons projects
Major military contractors have seen stock prices rise as much as 20 percent since the election.
Six big vendors dominate a fragmented federal cyber market, numbers show
Federal procurement of cybersecurity goods and services is highly fragmented, according to new research published this week, but despite this long tail of small awards, the market space is dominated by a handful of familiar names.
Intelligence community seeks answers in aftermath of Harold Martin case
The Harold Martin case has caused leaders on Capitol Hill and in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to re-examine exactly how the government defends against insider threats. Martin is accused of carrying out the biggest theft of classified information in U.S. history.
How might China's cyber-spies adapt to Trump's America?
Chinese cyber-espionage efforts against American companies and government properties are predicted to increase during President-elect Donald Trump’s first year in office, according to a new analysis from global consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton. But experts say it's tough to forecast exactly how the U.S.-China cybersecurity relationship will change.