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Human capital management for the USAF cyber force

Lynn M. Scott

Human capital management for the USAF cyber force

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Published by RAND Project Air Force in Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementLynn M. Scott ... [et al.].
Classifications
LC ClassificationsUG1523 .H86 2010
The Physical Object
Pagination39 p. :
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24521379M
ISBN 109780833047496
LC Control Number2009050698

Some of the other services have taken a similar track, creating organic, service-specific cyber teams apart from their contributions to U. Steven Kwast, the Air University commander and president. McKenzie, USAF Deterrence in the cyber domain is drastically different and far more complicated than in the other military domains of air, land, sea, and space. That includes networks, servers, and operating systems, according to Kim. Perhaps most demoralizing for the younger men and women in the military are the myriad outmoded and highly dated systems. Airmen must be technically astute, tactically competent, armed with warrior ethos and equally prepared to deploy forward or operate in place to accomplish the mission.

The annex also reinvigorates development planning -- a process by which concepts that span several functional areas can be explored and war-gamed; and robust experimentation, modeling and simulation, rapid prototyping and demonstrations will deliver evidence-based, fully vetted capability options for senior leaders to consider for investment. Technical competence alone is not sufficient to meet the challenges of the 21st century. This study overviews the current cybersecurity human capital environment and explores the evolution of this new breed of warrior and the plan to move this emerging career field from growth to future sustainment. Implementation of the Cybersecurity Initiative is still underway, but it will be aided by the Cyber Culture Campaign, launching this year. Solomon, USAF The inherent risks and vulnerabilities of the Internet and social networking sites like Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter have cultivated a rich and ripe environment for foreign adversaries and criminals to cherry-pick personal information about Airmen and their missions for nefarious activities. Cyber weapons and offensive cyber techniques are relatively inexpensive and easily obtained or developed.

In addition, the Wing includes about a dozen smaller operating locations within the United States and internationally. William Bender said. Recommended for you. These changes, however, will require strong and innovative leaders.


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The USAF will increase cyber expertise by implementing a focused recruitment strategy, a specific and carefully managed cyber career pathway and career-long professional development. Patrick Higby, director of Air Force cyber strategy and policy. I cannot overemphasize the fact this is a contact sport, and it requires everybody involved.

The system would be dangerously overloaded if these issues had arisen simultaneously. In a world where you can pay bills or connect with a long-lost friend in an instant online, this generation also has little patience for red-tape, glacially slow information systems, and antiquated ways of Human capital management for the USAF cyber force book business.

This view is reasonable under the current system. When a circuit went out or a server crashed or a radio net went down, if a comm squadron commander went to their wing commander and said they just lost circuit x, y or z, the wing commander would ask what that meant for the mission, he said.

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Changing the way you do business requires changing what you need to support that business. Further research and discussion will likely enable the timely development of the response framework for US sponsorship of sound global norms to guide global cybersecurity.

Outdated systems must go, he said. This will also assist the US defense, diplomatic, and development communities in building consensus, leveraging resources to enhance global cybersecurity, and coordinating US global outreach to those countries most beset by cyber crime and conflict.

While there are many benefits that come with this access, there are numerous inherent vulnerabilities. Finally, this study offers policy. They provide venues for dialogue and study about cyber power and its relationships to national security, foreign relations, military operations, economic policy, and other strategic issues, and they are essential reading for senior military leaders, professional military education students, and interagency, academic, and private-sector partners.

CYBERCOM, Bender said, is concerned with big problems and high-end warfare, such as protecting missile defense systems and air defense systems and assuring the nuclear enterprise and space enterprise. An effective cyber deterrence strategy must be multilayered and use all instruments of US national power.

USAFSAM has guided the advancement of aerospace medicine and human performance from the beginnings of aviation through the onset of the space age and into the present, and is the oldest continually operating institution of its kind. The author establishes the genesis of this debate and argues that the United States should move beyond it to the issue of protecting critical infrastructure from cyber attack.

The secretary of the Air Force said she appreciates the utility of such a document, and recognizes an opportunity to affect real change for the future. This document describes the first phase of a two-phase approach.

Department leaders seeking to capture and keep these men and women in the service can certainly feel trapped by a promotion system that prizes the cookie-cutter over the peculiar, penalizing anyone whose career progress is outside of the usual. The study concludes with recommendations for initiatives and focus areas to support not only retention of cyber Airmen but also growth and sustainability of this fledgling career field.

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