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LANSING – A much-anticipated National Cybersecurity Strategy was released on March 2, 2023, and reactions have been widespread across the cybersecurity and defense industries.
First, here are some of the highlights from the White House fact sheet on the new National Cybersecurity Strategy:
- We must rebalance the responsibility to defend cyberspace by shifting the burden for cybersecurity away from individuals, small businesses and local governments, and onto the organizations that are most capable and best-positioned to reduce risks for all of us.
- We must realign incentives to favor long-term investments by striking a careful balance between defending ourselves against urgent threats today and simultaneously strategically planning for and investing in a resilient future.
The full National Cybersecurity Strategy can be found here. It contains an introduction, five pillars — which are the heart of the strategy — and a section on implementation. The table of contents is as follows:
INTRODUCTION PILLAR ONE | DEFEND CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PILLAR TWO …