On the cybersecurity front, the federal government is moving swiftly from a crouch-and-defend posture to a mode of active threat hunting and response. This change is manifest in a myriad of changes in policy, guidance, technology, and practice. But the big picture is clear. The darkening threat landscape presents a call to action. Government and industry are responding.
That was the theme of the 10th Annual Billington Cybersecurity Summit, the annual Washington, D.C. gathering of the best cybersecurity minds from both sectors. The accumulated keynote and panel presentations produced a list of 15 action items cybersecurity practitioners can take now to meet the emerging challenges.