Presidential Executive Order on America’s Cybersecurity Workforce - Enhancing Workforce Mobility and Supporting the Development of Cybersecurity Skills

NIST

On May 2, 2019, the President issued an Executive Order that recognized America’s cybersecurity workforce as a strategic asset that protects the American people, the homeland, and the American way of life.  The executive order further recognized the need to enhance workforce mobility to improve cybersecurity and the importance of supporting the development of cybersecurity skills.  This webinar will provide insights into the policy established through this executive order, the tasks and deliverables contained within it, and the consultative process to be used to execute recommendations from the 2017 Report to the President on Supporting the Growth and Sustainment of the Nation’s Cybersecurity Workforce.
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Spotlight

One of the most dangerous attitudes an organisation can have towards cyber and data security is that they are either too small or low profile to be of interest. This is of course wrong: a UK small business is hacked on average every 19 seconds. To address this misconception, the following infographic provides an accurate picture of the cyber and data threat landscape.

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One of the most dangerous attitudes an organisation can have towards cyber and data security is that they are either too small or low profile to be of interest. This is of course wrong: a UK small business is hacked on average every 19 seconds. To address this misconception, the following infographic provides an accurate picture of the cyber and data threat landscape.

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