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Pentagon, DHS agree to framework for joint cyberdefense
U.S. officials have long touted their “whole-of-government approach” to cyberthreats, and a new memo advances that cause.
Cybersecurity policymaking is out of focus. Bureaucracy hackers can help.
Op-Ed: Most of the time, policymaking is a reactionary process. By then, it's already too late. Imagine if we had someone proactively identifying trouble spots down the road. That could change everything.
What's in the NIST cybersecurity controls catalogue update?
The latest revisions to NIST's canonical SP 800-53 catalogue of cybersecurity controls integrate privacy measures and make the document more welcoming to non-feds.
Trump will call for private sector war on botnets, aide says
One of the president's early cybersecurity actions will be a public call for internet companies to collaborate to stop the massive networks of compromised computer hardware weaponized by hackers.
Congress is writing cybersecurity legislation under a cloud of uncertainty
Rep. Dan Donovan’s Cyber Preparedness Act of 2017 was reintroduced to the House this month, where it easily passed with bipartisan support, Wednesday. But after failing to reach the President’s desk last year, the legislation’s chances of passage on a second go around may be upended by a Trump administration that is currently evaluating the role and responsibility of the Homeland Security Department as it pertains to cyber defense.
Your cyber insurance isn't protecting you from elite hackers
Today’s nascent cyber insurance industry is largely unprepared to cover the type of damage than can be caused by the world’s best hackers. And the industry isn't hiding it.