We Have a National Cybersecurity Emergency — Here’s How We Can Respond

By Kristen Morales • January 22, 2021

The recent breaches tied to SolarWinds have caused a national cybersecurity emergency. So how can we respond?

  1. Prioritize cybersecurity during the Biden administration’s first 100 days.
  2. Stop victim shaming.
  3. Prioritize public-private partnerships.
  4. New regulation
  5. Invest in what works.

CyberSheath CEO expands on these points in his article for DarkReading https://bit.ly/2WzmYlh

 

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