In an increasingly complex global security landscape, strategy development and focused strategy execution are more important than ever. The US 2018 National Cyber Strategy outlines four pillars on security, prosperity, peace, and influence, providing a solid strategic framework for advancing US interests through enhanced cybersecurity and a more resilient digital economy. The key premise of the strategy is “shared responsibility” for our collective safety.

 

The overall effectiveness and coherence of stakeholders’ execution of this strategy will be critical for our cyber future. Please join us for a discussion about how stakeholders can overcome the highest-priority challenges related to the strategy, including bridging existing gaps in responsibilities and coordination among Federal and non-Federal incident response efforts; promoting more routine training, exercises, and coordination; and other measures for effectively managing cybersecurity vulnerabilities. 

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