China, Russia, and other nation-states possess the capabilities already to do a cyber-attack on the high frontier.
First and foremost, encrypt the data to render the data useless even if it’s stolen or accidentally passed on.
Risk management incorporates a “whole-of-society” approach and is a guiding path to pursue.
We’re on the cusp of a world where evildoers are flagged earlier and criminals are caught quicker – or can even be deterred from committing crimes by the knowledge that they will be caught.
While federal and industry cybersecurity challenges have deservedly received much attention and funding to protect against cyber threats and hostile actors, state, local and tribal preparedness and mitigation efforts have been a much lower priority.
Engage tribal partners who have a strong, proven heritage of dedication to confront emerging threats.
DHS has had to step up assessing situational awareness, information sharing and resilience research and development plans.
S&T has transitioned more than 75 cybersecurity technologies to market since 2005, with more on the way.