Trump Issues Previously Delayed Cybersecurity Executive Order
“Every agency has its own systems and does its best theoretically to protect them, and yet we already know federal systems are extraordinarily leaky and critical information is being hacked on a constant basis,” says Mike Shultz, CEO of Cybernance, a cyber-risk governance firm. The EO calls for agencies to secure “the entire enterprise, not just harden this piece or that piece, and [specify] how they will manage the whole thing.”
“This really represents a dramatic culture shift in the way the federal government is looking at cybersecurity,” he says.
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