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MAY 10, 2023 | US

National Cybersecurity Framework Needs Industry, Kemba Walden Says at BSA Transform Summit

Cybersecurity Dive, May 10, 2023

By David Jones 

BSA | The Software Alliance’s CEO Victoria Espinel talks to Acting National Cybersecurity Director Kemba Walden states that industry owns and controls most critical infrastructure, so executing a national cybersecurity framework needs to include industry voice.

“Are we making the right strategic investments, not just in the federal ecosystem, but for the nation, and enabling that resilience?” Walden asked during the interview with Victoria Espinel, CEO of The Software Alliance.

Walden said a key priority at her office is to help drive cohesion among the various federal agencies that share a common goal to drive cybersecurity policy.


Original Posting: https://www.cybersecuritydive.com/news/kemba-walden-cybersecurity-strategy-well-received/649925/


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