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The Resource Cyber practices : what can the U.S. Air Force learn from the commercial sector?, Lara Schmidt, Caolionn O'Connell, Hirokazu Miyake, Akhil R. Shah, Joshua William Baron, Geof Nieboer, Rose Jourdan, David Sentry, Zev Winkelman, Louise Taggart, Susanne Sondergaard, Neil Robinson

Cyber practices : what can the U.S. Air Force learn from the commercial sector?, Lara Schmidt, Caolionn O'Connell, Hirokazu Miyake, Akhil R. Shah, Joshua William Baron, Geof Nieboer, Rose Jourdan, David Sentry, Zev Winkelman, Louise Taggart, Susanne Sondergaard, Neil Robinson

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Cyber practices : what can the U.S. Air Force learn from the commercial sector?
Title
Cyber practices
Title remainder
what can the U.S. Air Force learn from the commercial sector?
Statement of responsibility
Lara Schmidt, Caolionn O'Connell, Hirokazu Miyake, Akhil R. Shah, Joshua William Baron, Geof Nieboer, Rose Jourdan, David Sentry, Zev Winkelman, Louise Taggart, Susanne Sondergaard, Neil Robinson
Title variation
What can the U.S. Air Force learn from the commercial sector?
Creator
Contributor
Issuing body
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
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Schmidt, Lara,
Dewey number
358.4/141
Government publication
international or intergovernmental publication
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • charts
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Project Air Force (U.S.)
Series statement
Research report
Series volume
RR-847-AF
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  • United States
  • United States
  • Information technology
  • Information services industry
Label
Cyber practices : what can the U.S. Air Force learn from the commercial sector?, Lara Schmidt, Caolionn O'Connell, Hirokazu Miyake, Akhil R. Shah, Joshua William Baron, Geof Nieboer, Rose Jourdan, David Sentry, Zev Winkelman, Louise Taggart, Susanne Sondergaard, Neil Robinson
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "Project Air Force."
  • "September 9, 2015"--Table of contents page
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 79-86)
Contents
  • A Lexicon for Describing Commercial Cyber Practices
  • Structure of the Report -- 2. IT and InfoSec Have Different Workforce Management Practices:
  • Job Roles Differ Between IT and InfoSec
  • Training Differs Between IT and InfoSec
  • Career Trajectories Differ Between IT and InfoSec
  • Organizational Designs Differ Between IT and InfoSec
  • Summary
  • 3. IT Is a Critical Core Function Performed by a Large Staff:
  • On Average, 95 Percent of Cyber Workforce Is in IT and 5 Percent Is in InfoSec
  • IT Workforce Size Depends on Industry Sector and Company Size
  • Preface
  • Commercial Practices Demonstrate a Cautious Approach to Outsourcing -- 4. Technical Leadership Is Valued and Cultivated:
  • Management Must Keep Up with the Pace of Technology
  • Organizational Strategies Can Encourage Technical Depth
  • Commercial Model Leverages Many Interconnected Practices
  • Traditional Practices Predominate for Recruiting and Retention:
  • Companies Recruit Recent STEM Graduates from Good Colleges
  • Midcareer Professionals with Demonstrated Experience Are Also Valued
  • Pay Is Not the Sole Driver of Retention
  • 6. Commercial Practices Might Aid USAF:
  • USAF Has Unique Constraints Not Experienced in the Commercial Sector
  • Figures
  • If Subject to USAF-Like Constraints, Commercial Practices Would Likely Change Only Marginally
  • 7. Options for USAF to Implement Commercial Practices:
  • Align Career Fields with Either IT or InfoSec
  • Increase USAF InfoSec Workforce
  • Retain IT as an Essential Core Capability
  • Access Cyber-Capable Personnel
  • Structure Organizations to Gain Efficiencies and Effectiveness
  • Appendix A. Characteristics of Companies and Organizations Interviewed
  • Appendix B. Semistructured Interview Questions
  • Appendix C. Organizational Design
  • Tables
  • Appendix D. InfoSec Suborganizations
  • References
  • Summary
  • Acknowledgments
  • Abbreviations
  • 1. Introduction and Methodology:
  • Methodlogy
Control code
ocn923375023
Extent
1 online resource (xxii, 86 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780833093240
Other physical details
color illustrations, color charts
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)923375023
Label
Cyber practices : what can the U.S. Air Force learn from the commercial sector?, Lara Schmidt, Caolionn O'Connell, Hirokazu Miyake, Akhil R. Shah, Joshua William Baron, Geof Nieboer, Rose Jourdan, David Sentry, Zev Winkelman, Louise Taggart, Susanne Sondergaard, Neil Robinson
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "Project Air Force."
  • "September 9, 2015"--Table of contents page
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 79-86)
Contents
  • A Lexicon for Describing Commercial Cyber Practices
  • Structure of the Report -- 2. IT and InfoSec Have Different Workforce Management Practices:
  • Job Roles Differ Between IT and InfoSec
  • Training Differs Between IT and InfoSec
  • Career Trajectories Differ Between IT and InfoSec
  • Organizational Designs Differ Between IT and InfoSec
  • Summary
  • 3. IT Is a Critical Core Function Performed by a Large Staff:
  • On Average, 95 Percent of Cyber Workforce Is in IT and 5 Percent Is in InfoSec
  • IT Workforce Size Depends on Industry Sector and Company Size
  • Preface
  • Commercial Practices Demonstrate a Cautious Approach to Outsourcing -- 4. Technical Leadership Is Valued and Cultivated:
  • Management Must Keep Up with the Pace of Technology
  • Organizational Strategies Can Encourage Technical Depth
  • Commercial Model Leverages Many Interconnected Practices
  • Traditional Practices Predominate for Recruiting and Retention:
  • Companies Recruit Recent STEM Graduates from Good Colleges
  • Midcareer Professionals with Demonstrated Experience Are Also Valued
  • Pay Is Not the Sole Driver of Retention
  • 6. Commercial Practices Might Aid USAF:
  • USAF Has Unique Constraints Not Experienced in the Commercial Sector
  • Figures
  • If Subject to USAF-Like Constraints, Commercial Practices Would Likely Change Only Marginally
  • 7. Options for USAF to Implement Commercial Practices:
  • Align Career Fields with Either IT or InfoSec
  • Increase USAF InfoSec Workforce
  • Retain IT as an Essential Core Capability
  • Access Cyber-Capable Personnel
  • Structure Organizations to Gain Efficiencies and Effectiveness
  • Appendix A. Characteristics of Companies and Organizations Interviewed
  • Appendix B. Semistructured Interview Questions
  • Appendix C. Organizational Design
  • Tables
  • Appendix D. InfoSec Suborganizations
  • References
  • Summary
  • Acknowledgments
  • Abbreviations
  • 1. Introduction and Methodology:
  • Methodlogy
Control code
ocn923375023
Extent
1 online resource (xxii, 86 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780833093240
Other physical details
color illustrations, color charts
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)923375023

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