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GCN : June 2013
[the index] optional art here, if available Inside Departments 8 MOBILE DOD Fast lane opens up to Android, iOS for the military. 10 IDENTITY SECURITY Which sectors are hit with the most ID breaches? 10 CLOUD How NARA lashed 3 cloud services together. 23 M-GOVERNMENT IT managers look to control BYOD expansion. 30 TIMELINE Key events in the evolution of public sector IT. 42 BACKGROUNDER 30 years in the making of the smart phone. Commentary 16 CYBEREYE Biometrics: Better than passwords but not bulletproof. 17 INTERNAUT Why the government's move to the cloud has grown stagnant. Features 22 CYBERSECURITY An Internet that learns to defend itself The future will be about creating an environment that is secure by design, and protected by big data. 24 BIG DATA & CLOUD Everything converges and rides in the cloud Big data, mobile and social media will blend together, with services handled by cloud brokers. 26 DATA CENTERS Virtualization and SDN take over the center Entirely virtualized, software- defined data centers will change service delivery to citizens and warfighters. 38ALOOKBACKONGOVIT Greatest influences on 30 years of government IT Public sector leaders weigh-in on key government IT drivers. How DOD spends its IT security money $12.1 billion Total costs $11.6 billion Personnel $54.8 million Risk management framework implementation $239.4 million Tools $36 million Testing $110.7 million Training With nearly 55,000 government full- time equivalent IT security positions and more than 25,000 contractor FTEs in fiscal 2012, the Defense Department was far and away the largest spender on IT security in government last year. When it comes to per-person costs, however, a number of agen- cies topped DOD, which had aver- age costs per full-time equivalent position of $141,732 for government employees and $150,000 for con- tractors. The best-paid security personnel appear to be at the National Science Foundation, which paid out an aver- age of $298,877 per government IT security employee and $286,738 per contractor in fiscal 2012. --- William Jackson GCN JUNE 2013 • GCN.COM 3 JUNE 2013 Source: Fiscal Year 2012 Report to Congress on the Implementation of the Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002 30