. http://www.dlt.com/blog/2018/12/28/white-house-cybersecurity-strategy-essence/
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The “National Cyber Strategy”, released recently by the White House, offers a broad blueprint for America’s approach to cybersecurity.  Let’s look its four “pillars”, and their key elements. 1. Protecting the American People, Homeland, and the American Way of Life. Such a broad mandate obviously covers a lot of ground, but some key items to note are the emphasis on risk management (especially supply chain risk management), and – contractors take note – the need to improve contractor security, presumably beyond the 800-171 requirements. The strategy also affects the private sector in its call for incentives, for cybersecurity in general, and for R&D particular. An interesting component the strategy is Space Cybersecurity, which encompasses such critical systems as positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) systems; intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR); satellite communications; and weather monitoring systems. READ MORE