The Biden administration’s executive order on cybersecurity takes an ambitious swing at forcing improvements to cybersecurity nationwide – and issues authoritative directions to Federal agencies to modernize IT infrastructure and security concepts and practices.
Agencies are tasked to meet aggressive timeframes for moving to cloud, adopting Zero Trust architecture, improving software supply chain security, and more. Some are well on their way, but all must act quickly and decisively to meet new requirements and deadlines.
On June 22nd we addressed:
- How to fast-track your agency’s move to Zero Trust architecture – taking it from concept to action
- How to overcome the challenges of achieving the EO’s FedRAMP requirements
- How to use analytics and automation to improve incident detection and response
Deputy Executive Assistant Director Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, Department of Homeland Security