Cybersecuring America: Our Shared Responsibility
- Cybersecurity Awareness Month
In May 2021, The White House issued an executive order on improving the nation’s cybersecurity. This summer, several bi-partisan bills have been introduced on Capitol Hill aiming to improve cybersecurity funding and infrastructure. Only weeks ago, major technology companies announced their commitments to cybersecurity. After the large number of recent high-profile cyber attacks, government and industry leaders are taking necessary steps to improve our nation’s cybersecurity. However, no initiative can exist on its own. Security efforts require well-coordinated, public/private approaches to ensure that every part of our interconnected society is secure.
In honor of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, elected officials, government leaders and industry executives come together to discuss the “whole of society” approach vital to cybersecuring our nation.
- Congresswoman Yvette Clarke
- Congresswoman Lauren Underwood
- Jeff Greene, Chief, Cyber Response & Policy, National Security Council, The White House
- Randal Vickers, CISO, U.S. House of Representatives
- Kiersten E. Todt, Chief of Staff, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency
- Lisa Plaggemier, Interim Executive Director, National Cyber Security Alliance
- Kate Charlet, Director of Data Governance, Google
- Darren Shou, Head of Technology, NortonLifeLock