Digital security personnel are well-trained professionals that are often multidisciplinary. Due to the complexity of the digital universe, a team of specialists will often outperform generalists. The certifications required are time consuming to obtain and maintain, and do not necessarily remove the human engineering vulnerabilities.
- [Narrator] So looking at security personnel,…Digital Security Personnel is a bit different.…DoD 8570 has some excellent baseline categories.…Basically there are technical folks, management folks,…architecture folks and defense folks.…NIST is the National Institute of Standards and Technology.…They have a mission to promote the United States…innovation and industrial standards and technology.…They have some categories as well.…
Personnel can be any combination of these folks;…the technical, the management, the architecture or defense.…So what skills does it take to fill these roles?…Wow, the United States computer emergency readiness team,…or US-CERT, says there are 31 specialties.…There are probably a variety of sub-categories…to each of these too.…What does that mean for your Digital Security Personnel…hiring requirements?…Which specialties do you need to secure your environment?…Complexity requires a team approach,…much larger personnel footprint, it is not a one man job.…
Team dynamics can be a capability multiplier.…
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