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October 25, 2020

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By Charlie Mitchell

Broad re-engagement with China isn’t in the cards regardless of who wins the White House in November, according to former U.S. officials who played key cyber roles during the Obama administration, but they say the U.S. and Chinese economies are so intertwined that “technology decoupling” isn’t a realistic answer either.

By Sara Friedman

Stakeholders from NTIA’s software transparency initiative shared their latest drafts of working group products at a meeting Thursday to help industry utilize a Software Bill of Materials, including a software consumer playbook and “Quick Start Guide” based on a healthcare proof of concept.

By Charlie Mitchell

Senior CISA and National Security Agency officials are stressing work on standards development as key to a safe and effective rollout of fifth-generation telecom networks, by ensuring security is a prime consideration from the start.

By Charlie Mitchell

Following up on a February executive order, NIST has released a draft cybersecurity profile for so-called PNT services that undergird global positioning and other tools essential to critical infrastructure operators.

By Sara Friedman

The Defense Department has set a deadline for the accreditation body behind the Pentagon’s cyber certification program to establish a contractual relationship with DOD by the end of this month.

By Sara Friedman

The Cyberspace Solarium Commission is recommending the designation of a lead agency to coordinate information and communications technology supply chain risk management efforts across the federal government.

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