April 17, 2021
A new era of cyber regulation has begun
Inside Cybersecurity is your best regulatory news source for staying ahead of the curve
New era of cyber regulation
The federal government is taking unprecedented steps to regulate cybersecurity practices across all major industry sectors. For decades industry efforts have successfully staved off regulatory requirements, but those voluntary initiatives are giving way to heightened concerns about China, Russia and other nation-state adversaries engaged in strategic assaults on operations central to a digital economy.
Inside Cybersecurity delivers daily news and analysis on what matters most for industry, government and cybersecurity professionals in responding to new threats and complying with regulatory requirements.
The emergence of 5G networks, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things only raises the stakes and is propelling aggressive government actions across all sectors – from financial services to software developers to manufacturers and energy producers to telecom and internet service providers – to counter an increasingly sophisticated threat landscape, including social engineering and ransomware, malware, DDoS and spear phishing attacks.
The departments of Commerce and Defense, as well as the Federal Communications Commission, are pushing separate and sweeping regulatory requirements on countering threats from China and other foreign adversaries to critical networks, industrial operations and IT supply chains. Amid this push for regulatory requirements, the DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is a central player in coordinating government and industry efforts, and a focus of Inside Cybersecurity coverage of emerging rules.
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