“The Department of Homeland Security released its long-awaited cyber strategy May 15.”
“The document, which will guide DHS policy for the next five years, articulates the department’s cybersecurity role as almost entirely defensive in nature. It lays out five “pillars” of managing cybersecurity risk: understanding the evolving nature of threats from state and non-state actors, protecting federal networks and critical infrastructure sectors, countering transnational criminal hacking groups, imposing consequences on nation states for malicious cyber activity and globally promoting best practices around cybersecurity.”
“The strategy also lists a series of guiding principles…”
“Cybersecurity will continue to be a shared responsibility between DHS, the Office of Management and Budget and individual agencies, with agencies handling key aspects of risk management…”
“The strategy also calls for DHS to build on and expand automated mechanisms…” Read the full article here.
Source: DHS releases cyber strategy – By Derek B. Johnson, May 16, 2018. FCW.