There are a number of things the government can do that would have a more meaningful impact on cyber security without new law.
There is no shortage of people with CNO skills; there is simply a shortage of people who are either clear-able or willing to be cleared.
Here I go, making friends again…
Maybe I will play power forward for the Celtics.
My latest op-ed in SC Magazine: It is tough being in cybersecurity. Defense is a cost center, and it’s hard to find meaningful metrics to demonstrate success. Interest in security is also cyclical: Major breaches stir action, but as time…
The bottom line is that you can’t dodge actual bullets.
“Cyber” is pretty much the closest thing to a perfect weapon anyone has seen in history.
If you’re not there, you don’t own it.
Does anyone really think that if we solved a problem we couldn’t make another fortune solving one of the 9,999,999 other things that could use fixing?
I got a short boost of joy reading about (yet another) move by the government to reduce the waiting time for security clearances. The demand for clearances has gone well past the roof but the approach to granting them is…