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Providing Timely and Clear Data to Support Federal Cybersecurity Workforce Needs

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The presentation slides are available here.

The recording will be available soon.

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Speakers: 

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Credit: Suzanne Nielsen
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Credit: Sarah Brickner
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Credit: Will Markow

Suzanne Nielsen
Deputy Assistant National Cyber Director for Workforce, Education, and Training
Office of the National Cyber Director
(Moderator)

 

 

Sarah Brickner
Program Analyst (Data Scientist)
Employee Services, Strategic Workforce Planning, Forecasting and Methods Team

U.S. Office of Personnel Management

 

 

Will Markow
Vice President of Applied Research- Talent
Lightcast

Synopsis:

Efforts to grow and sustain the federal cybersecurity workforce should be supported by evidence that informs actions or decisions and the availability of data that allows departments and agencies to evaluate and improve their performance.  This webinar will showcase some existing data sources as well as identify opportunities for future improvements that will help the federal government take a data-driven approach to improving the impact of human resources, talent management, and workforce development efforts to recruit, hire, develop, and retain a skilled workforce.


Resources: 

CyberSeek
Workforce Planning for the Cybersecurity Workforce
Federal Cybersecurity Workforce Assessment Act of 2015
National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) Workforce Framework for Cybersecurity

 

Created December 8, 2022, Updated January 25, 2023