November 17, 2020
A conversation with industry leaders on the post-election outlook for cyber and supply chain security, and what may be coming in 2021.
The tech sector and other stakeholders are putting forward cybersecurity priorities for the next administration and Congress such as addressing security gaps in key sectors, the pressing need for IT modernization, and revitalizing the cyber workforce through greater diversity. The push toward cyber regulation appears set to continue at the federal level under the new, propelled by factors such as supply-chain initiatives at the Pentagon and the stand-up of the Federal Acquisition Security Council.
The second in a series of webinars – co-sponsored by USTelecom and Inside Cybersecurity – focused on priorities in the coming year, including supply chain security information sharing, the CISA-run ICT task force, bans on China, just to name a few.
- Charlie Mitchell, Chief Editor, Inside Cybersecurity
- Norma Krayem, Vice President and Chair of Cybersecurity, Privacy & Digital Innovation Practice, Van Scoyoc Associates
- Robert Mayer, Senior Vice President, Cybersecurity & Innovation, USTelecom
- Diane Rinaldo, Senior Vice President, Beacon Global Strategies and Executive Director, Open RAN Policy Coalition