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US must prepare for proliferation of cyber warfare
To build cyber resilience in this heightened threat environment, agencies must work closely with both international counterparts and industry to align on a proactive, global approach to all cyber threats –– not just state-sponsored attacks.
To maximize cybersecurity dollars, lean on Zero Trust
Getting quickly to a Zero Trust architecture is more important than ever. Implementing C2C is a means available now to continuously identify and control access for all endpoints connecting to the network, making a comprehensive Zero Trust architecture achievable.
Biden nominates Haugh as CYBERCOM deputy
Lt. Gen. Timothy Haugh is also considered a potential successor to Gen. Paul Nakasone, the current commander of U.S. Cyber Command and the director of the National Security Agency.
Finland wins NATO cyber defense competition
The multi-day event is typically conducted under intense conditions, simulating a spreading crisis that ropes in the military and civilian worlds and the public and private sectors.
Cyberattacks don’t win wars
One of the key lessons from the Russian invasion of Ukraine for other militaries is to not abandon land-maneuvering capabilities in favor of investing too much in technology. Both abilities are needed, but not at the expense of one or the other.
The US Navy had cybersecurity wrong. Expect change.
“We have 15 years of track record that proves that the current approach to cybersecurity, driven by a checklist mentality, is wrong,” says Aaron Weis, the service's chief information officer. “It doesn’t work.”
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