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Progress Report: National Cyber Workforce and Education Strategy

The Office of the National Cyber Director released an Initial Stages of Implementation report on the National Cyber Workforce and Education Strategy showing progress made thus far.

PQC: Lead the Way or Fall Behind

NIST has selected the Post-Quantum Cryptography algorithms and now is the time for organizations to decide to lead or get left behind. Establishing a foundation of trust and protecting information and infrastructure with these standards is crucial.

Putting the Work into Workshop with NIST’s Privacy Engineering Program

NIST hosted the Ready, Set, Update! Privacy Framework 1.1 + Data Governance and Management Profile Workshop, a two-day event to solicit feedback on updates to the Privacy Framework and the creation of a Data Governance and Management Profile.

Chevron Pattern Disrupted: The Impact on Cybersecurity Regulations

The Supreme Court struck down a long-standing precedent on the power of federal agencies to interpret and clarify the laws they enforce. The ruling will likely have a sweeping effect on regulations, including cybersecurity rules, in every sector.

Research Needed for the Good and Bad AI Cybersecurity Use Cases

When implemented properly, artificial intelligence is a vital tool for cybersecurity but more public research is essential to understand and monitor a diverse array of AI systems and their potential – for good and bad.

EU Cyber Policy with Despina Spanou (DCP S2 E5)

In our latest Distilling Cyber Policy podcast, our hosts are joined by Despina Spanou, the Head of the Cabinet of the Vice-President of the European Commission. In her role, Despina oversees the EUs policies on security, migration, and other topics.

Energy Sector Companies Sign On To G7 Cybersecurity Pledge

Eight companies providing operational control technologies for the energy sector have signed on to a Group of Seven (G7) pledge to abide by a series of cybersecurity principles.

White House Hosts AI Aspirations Conference

Event discussed aspirations for artificial intelligence implementations in the public sector.

Examining the Intricacies of AI Governance

As U.S. federal agencies move to take advantage of the potential benefits of artificial intelligence they are also wondering how to structure governance of these new systems.

Risks Associated with IT Monoculture Needs Further Examination

IT concentration risk is a relatively new term but due to recent cyberattacks it has been front and center. To examine the issue the Center conducted an exercise to look at the threats of IT concentration risk and offer recommendations.