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Why grassroots efforts like #ShareTheMicInCyber play a vital role in a whole-of-society approach to cyber

by Camille Stewart, Lauren Zabierek • 2 months ago

The lack of trust between the public and private sectors can be overcome by creating strong communities and humanizing practitioners, two leading minds argue.

3 strategies for addressing sensitive legal cybersecurity issues

by Charles J. Nerko, Daniella Casseres • 1 year ago

In this op-ed, two expert attorneys gives some advice on how to keep cyber risks from turning into legal risks.

Fixing supply chain vulnerabilities should be a team effort

by Ellen Sundra • 1 year ago

Over time, the hope is that we can start building connected devices with a security-first approach.

Taking steps to break down systemic racism in cybersecurity

by Camille Stewart, Lauren Zabierek • 1 year ago

Op-ed: Systemic racism prevents diverse perspectives from informing policy and security. A recent event aimed to start the process of dismantling it.

Why the FBI’s cyber attachés are so valuable

by Frank Cilluffo, Val Cofield • 1 year ago

A cyber attaché being stationed with the host country’s counterparts provides quicker access to information that would otherwise be buried in a bureaucratic approval process.

Trust us, information sharing can work. Here’s how we’re doing it.

by Neil Jenkins • 1 year ago

Opinion: Why is information sharing so hard and why are we still working on it? The Cyber Threat Alliance has some ideas.

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