A recent proposal from the Cyberspace Solarium Commission would solve few problems and create many.
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The Cyber Solarium Commission’s new white paper explores what the coronavirus can teach us about how to prepare for a major cyber attack. But it also highlights cybersecurity principles that would have been and are relevant to responding to the current pandemic.
U.S. decision makers say they prioritize cyber defense and are not militarizing cyberspace. A closer look at the Federal budget shows otherwise.
The recent Cyberspace Solarium Commission Report recommended establishing a national cyber director and accompanying office. But if enacted as described, the proposal will set up this important office to fail.
On May 13, the Cyber Solarium Commission made its case to Congress that the U.S. should adopt a strategy of layered cyber deterrence.
Fault Lines welcomes Ron Gula, NSI Advisory Board member and President of Gula Tech Adventures, and Megan Brown, NSI Senior Fellow and Partner at Wiley Rein LLP, to discuss the recent Cyberspace Solarium Report. How will the Cyberspace Solarium Report impact the private sector? Why did the report punt on the encryption debate? Does any of this actually get implemented? Ron, Megan and Fault Lines Host Les Munson answer these questions and many more on this week’s episode of Fault Lines!
If your podcast feed has suddenly become a steady diet of more or less the same COVID-19 stories, here’s a chance to listen to cyber experts talk about what they know about – cyberlaw. Our interview is with Elsa Kania, adjunct senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security and one of the most prolific researchers of China, technology, and national security.