With the National Cyber Strategy Workforce Development Implementation strategy release just around the corner, the conversation around increasing diversity within the cybersecurity industry has never been more prevalent.
The demand for cybersecurity professionals far outstrips the supply and the need to fill these positions will only grow. The necessity of a strong, diverse workforce to fill these positions is critical to protecting the public and private sectors.
The wait is over. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has issued a final rule to enhance and standardize disclosures regarding cybersecurity risk management, governance, and incidents by all companies that are publicly traded.
The commitment from artificial intelligence technology developers to create new models that will drive safety, security, and trust is a big step forward for the industry and the White House.
Cybersecurity regulations can be onerous. The White House is requesting comments on how to harmonize the regulations to ease some of the burdens companies may be experiencing.
The implementation plan for the National Cyber Strategy lays out "65-high impact initiatives" that will be the focus of the Administration.
Welcome to the inaugural Distilling Cyber Policy podcast with Jen Ellis and Alex Botting. Their first guest is Bart Groothuis, a Member of the European Parliament (MEP) and rapporteur for cybersecurity, talking about the EU Cyber Resilience Act.
The White House needs to prioritize nominating a National Cyber Director to continue the critical cybersecurity efforts underway.
The Center for Cybersecurity Policy & Law and other industry groups urge the White House to nominate a National Cyber Director to continue to momentum of the Office of the National Cyber Director.