Mancando le risorse umane, il DHS, il Dipartimento per la sicurezza interna degli Stati Uniti, sta pensando di strutturare una riserva di esperti in campo cyber pronti ad essere chiamati in servizio in caso di necessità.
The idea came from a task force the agency set up to address what has long been a weak spot – recruiting and retaining skilled cyber professionals who feel they can get better jobs and earn higher salaries, in the private sector.
“The status quo is not acceptable,” DHS Deputy Secretary Jane Holl Lute told Reuters in a recent interview. “We are not standing around. There is a lot to do in cyber security.”
Lute said she hopes to have a working model for a Cyber Reserve within a year, with the first members drawn from retired government employees now working for private companies. The reserve corps might later look to experts outside of government.[...]