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As such its job roles are normally outwardly focused. Systems engineer Test and evaluation is another traditional area of the SWEBOK. This area does the testing and assurance necessary to ensure a functionally correct and secure product. In that respect, professionals in this area perform formal testing of a system and/or software product with the aim of evaluating its compliance with specifications and requirements. The focus of the jobs in this role is on the application of classic principles and methods in the planning, evaluating, verifying, and validating of technical, functional, and performance characteristics (including interoperability) of systems or elements of systems incorporating IT (NIST, 2014).

Two Common Sense Factors That Make Cybersecurity Different The factors that make securing systems and their information different from any other form of security endeavor can be summed up by two common sense factors. The first factor is the availability paradox; that is, systems and information have to be optimally available in order to be of any value to their user community. Yet the very requirement for maximum availability makes it difficult to ensure the confidentiality and integrity of that information.

It should be obvious that a broad-scale academic strategy has to be based on a comprehensive definition of the field. 0). 0), and it attempts to satisfy all of those requirements. The NICE framework makes an authoritative, formal statement about what an individual has to know in order to fulfill the requirements of a range of roles in an organization. 0). The framework is a product of the NIST and the Department of Homeland Security National Cyber Security Division (DHS-NCSD). NIST has the advantage of being a federal government entity and so it has the ability to reach across all sectors to assemble a national body of experts.

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